Albert Lea High School - Tiger (Albert Lea, MN)

 - Class of 1951

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XYilley, principal ol' the senior high school, is as undcrstztnding :ts hc is clhcient, :uid is respected hy students and lziculty. liecztusc working with young people is Mr. XYil- ley's hobby zts well as his oecupzttion. lic is well quail' ilied lor this responsible position. He also partici- izttes in the activities of the Kiwanis Cluh, and en'oys lu I - - D J f fishing during lns leisure hours. Mr. Verniund Andersen, junior high school prinf cipztl, counsels and encourages every junior high stu- dent. 'l'his yeztr, Mr. .-Xndersen's inztin project has heen to provide the junior high with at Ciuitlzince de- pztrtnient. Being at Rotztriztn, working on the Cledzu' Valley Area Council ol Boy Scouts and lishing are at lew ol' Hr. .'Xndet'sen's outside interests. Page lll They Pointed Out Mr. AI. ,Iohn Halverson, superintendent of the .Xlhert Leu Public School systent, shoulders niztny hn- portztnt responsibilities. Clapahly serving our connnu- nity since HHZ5, M". Halverson has niztny acconiplish- nients to his credit. A new athletic field, 21 new Northside school and an addition to the Rztnisey huilding liziyc ht-en under- tztken :ts the yfezu"s top projects. Rotary Club, fishing. hunting' and gztrdening are included in the extrzt-curricular activities ol' this versa- tile and dependable nian. ug. .yous l-I.'Xl.Yl-IRSOX SlllJCl'lIllf.'llIlCl1f YI-QRXll'XlD .XNIIERSEN junior High Priucipztl the Road to Success OFFICE S'l'.fXFF: Secretaries to Xlr. Andersen. Nlr. Willey and Klr. Halter- son. respectively. lrene Phillips Gloria Fink .Mum Carney Our school board is a continuous body that meets every second and lourth Tuesday ol' each month in the superintendenfs ollice. The board consists ol' six members, who are elect- ed by the community for a term ol three years, with two ol' the men up for election each year. In this way there are ideas of both experienced tnembers and new- ly elected members with Superintendent -I. Alohn Hal- verson advising them on all current issues. 'l'heir outstanding accomplishment this year has been the building ol' a new Northside elementary school. which will be completed during the summer. Miss Irene Phillips, secretary to Superintendent ,john Halverson, has worked in the junior High since I9-13. Among her extra-curricular activities are dancing and interior decorating. Acting as secretary to Mr. Vermund Andersen is Miss Anna Carney, who graduated lrom Albert Lea High School in 1950. Knitting occupies most of her leisure time. Mr. Forrest l.. lYilley's secretary is Miss Gloria Fink. a HHH graduate ol' Albert Lea High School. Her hobbies are dancing, knitting, skating and swimming. XN'e are proud ol' our active board and our secretaries. SCHOOL BOARD: Charles Ifpin. J. john Halverson. Nlztrion I. NI. Stewart discuss their plans concerning the neu Northside Grotenhuis, Otis Olson, Clillord Larson. Dr. XValter B. Lyon and Elementary school which will he completed during the stnnmer. Page 11 Presenting their own i Gertrttde Blue, liditltann Nelson and -ltianne B. Nelson. 'adio skit They Taught U are Carole Nlters. .klllllllllk Nl. Nelson li'l'l-llil. G RY'l'l NG liuglisli EDN.-X GLRCKEN 'journal isnt -s x- 'F 2? , f .f W ,fzezrrz Z X 1- ' DOROTHY ANIJERSON English junior Hi-Vltys M.-XRJORIE HANSON Engl ish Gttidance ICDNA lN'ElliN1i'I'll linglish Student Counfil Page I2 K , -t ii tt 5 5'1EgE5. ..-:Q ,,,. lll ,JXNCH ll IHCNSON kngl ish ,luniur Class ,-Xdtiser RVTH JOHNSON l'.llgll5ll 1 A SYBII. Y,-YI l-ZS English Ciuidzince linglisli ctuczn lJ.XHl.li if st HtLnRED . l'liNNlHll.li ' English i if -, llrainittits lilfll l Rhllli l'llfR5 linglish lli-Teens lilJY'l'HE OLSON lingl isli Guida lllil' During his six years in the junior and senior high scliool, each student is required to take a course in linglish thus enabling him to use our language more fluently in lioth his writing and speaking. lhe tnechanics-spelling, ttapitalizatiotl, punctua- tion and usage-are emphasized in every grade. Beginning with "Beowulf" and proceeding to tnudern authors, the studc-nts in senior high get a coinplete lJ2ll'l'igl'0llllll in English and Atnerican lileraf ture. Everything lrmn 'Alvanliueu to A'Rendevx'ous with Death" is studied hy junior highers. As a part ol' the English course, the niovie version ol Sliakespeart-'s lainous tragedy, "Hamlet", was shown to all the students in the New Bmatlway Theater. lu carry on the olrlecttves ol this lJl'Og'l'Zllll, 12 teachers are etnployed. One new teacher. Bliss Edna XVeicneth, was added to the stall this year. Sound Principle CQ.XRRIi'l"I' .XHICRX Social Problems Cluidanrc C1 llasltethall .XXX li ,XX DERSOX N'trrltl History Guidance NIIRI.-XXI QIOHNSOX Social Studies Xl.-XRY Xl li'l"l'.XNl Social Studies Clnidanee M laI.X N ISEXNPTI' I Socinl Studies Guidant e Stu Rl"l'H NELSON ,Xntericnn Historv Hi-'I'c-ens Guidance During the year, the senior social studies classes stndv American govermnent. learn the fttnclmnentztls ol' our tletnocracy and develop an appreciation ol our wav of government and economics. Sociology is part ol, this t'0ll1'5C. Here students record and trace their lamily trees and study the be- havior patterns and institutions ol man. American history is required ol' all juniors. lt gives the student at background in how American gov- ermnent came about and prepares him lor senior social science. XVorltl history, which is ollered to all senior high students. studies past world alliairs and gives the stu- dents an appreciation ol ottr world. .junior high pupils in the social studies classes study the problems ol our modern living and how to improve themselves as American citizens. This class is required of all grades in junior high. dying wurlcl allairs are Richard Crccngo. Frank lflztnztgan. Miss lilsic Sclmcrt and I,arrv Carlson. Q 224 - 1: , ...,. f, is - 'f' Qld: j- --'- , -:M'fqgt53 N, 5 , t MARION Fl'I'lI,OlfIf Social Studies Social l'l'Ul7lCIllN Nm. Vs 5, -, 3 Y W RJQL. ' -igtw35EE'EE'EEi,5-,E fi,gQg.g g. i, lr, IlI"I'HliR OISEN Social l'rohlt'ms ECLII. HOYIEY Social Studies Guidance Senior Class Adviser liI,SIli SIZBFRT Xmcrican History World ,Xllairs XX'ot'ld History American History Social Studies Student Council NI. E. YS'.tXNIB.ACH Page l if ' ., I , -r I E+ I It 3 Q' if E' I .,....,..., I ug Rl'SSFI.I, FSSON Avrtniotics lilcrt riciu Industrial Arts and SAM JENKINS IXIRICIIIIIL' Shop K.X'I4HI.liliX RIC1-IR Htnneinnking I H-XRUID Nl-'YIASON l4li.X'I'RlC1l'i l'li'l'RIC1lI .XITIIIICFIIIZII Drawing Xletlntnicztl Drawing Guitlztnce Iltnneiilztkilig , In . ' innen at " K IVY' tfnxri - ,. Il 1 Ising H A s. F. SC1HXX'.XR'I'Z llztsit' XN'00tlwtn'k .Xtlxztiifetl YYt:ocIwoiIx ,l'-VflU'3,"2N , iwlxtcnl' xixx 'rlulis 5 I Ol ull l,OX Nletztl Shop IlO'llC'n"k"l9i Iiztsit' XVtnnlw0rL Ritz! l.t1Ises. ,lemme Robinson. Yzllores KIIIIKICI. Kits BIICIIIICIQC :mtl l.11Ytnnlt' Parks give zu llK'IlltIIlilI'lIlIl!Il in tll'essnn1ltil1g.g. l,l'2lt'lll'2ll zttlrztntzxges in the hmne were hllltlilftl hy the girls in the Home ECOIIOIIIICS tlepartlnenl. Style shows :incl tens were presentetl to show their zteliieve- inenls Clllflllg' the course ol' the year. Interior ClCi'Ol'2llIlIg, tlress designing, tlieleties. lC2lt'IllI1g', research in lest kitchens and tlress inztking ztrt' at It-w ol' the llliilly possible Iieltls one may enter. lixpericnce in wootl work was given by the boys in the lnclustriztl Arts classes. They are taught the use ul' tools, nntchines and power equipment. I he purpose ol the lllClll5ll'l2ll Arts tlepartlnenl is to prtmvicle experience which will tlcvelop the inclivitl- llill into il uselul, happy :mtl suCt'essI'ul Citizen. Inclus- triztl ,Xrls supplements ztntl ztitls general etlttcatifm with its aims to provicle experience which will Ill the in- tliviclnztl, lllfllllgll his knuwletlge, skills, atlitutles ancl ztcunnplislnnents. to he more useful as a protlutier, inure ztppreciativt- and happier as 21 mnsnnier and more YZlIlIZll7lC as 21 citilen. Page I I Fine Arts Are Fun Showing their artistic ability are Ruth Nlzidson. Barbara lirick- son. Darrel Laude. Margaret lhoinpson. Eldon Peterson. Ifred Montie and 'john Rennncl. Rl"l'H l1.Xl'IiR Cll..'XR.-X IEERIXXN Spanish Latin Frencli Literature Hi-Teens l'shcr's Club K f t Pvf: i ' is " L'.L crm. Dosrxt, '- " .. Q53 , ,xl-l -.t.:..Zl. -3.-Ni" -iwwifgzgl V , - ..,. .. .. Q . 4. , A ' tyxlzol. I-I.XS'lWOI,D , A Itilnum 1 ii: . .,.. ROl5IiR'li xnrks carokou vicxoiat. ' N A 5 1 Chorus Dbpeech Q . I Igvmloxg "ml"lll5 V - X 3 lland Nl.-XBKI, R.-XYYLINCQS Libr:n'v Librarv Klub By taking a course in Latin, French or Spanish. taught by Miss Clara lierdan and Miss Ruth Bauer, one learns not only the language itself. but also the customs and ways ol' the people ol' those countries. 'l'he musit' department consisting ol' the choruses, bands and orchestra, under the direction ol' Mr. Rob- ert I.. Myers, Mr. L. Emmons and Mr. Lester Striemer. presented various concerts during the year. Giving an art exhibit was the highlight ol the year for the junior high art students, taught by Mr. Thomas Slettehaugh, and the senior high art students. taught by Mr. Guel Dostal. This year the speech classes, under the guidance ol' Miss Georgia Pengal, gave programs over the local radio station on Friday afternoons. , Supervising the senior and junior high school libraries and finding reference material lor the stu- dents were just two ol' the duties ol' Miss Mabel Rawl- ings and Miss Carol Eastwolcl. SI.li'li'I'liH.Xl' THOMAS Art otography tllub ER S'l'RlIiNll'1R Orcliestra Page I5 llettv Blake. Bettv Heather. Datitl Halverson. Chuck Squires :intl Cari lirickson prepare an experiment during first hour chemistrv class. S. R, ISRIQCKNFR Science Golf XV.-XRX ER NIi'li'I'LlL'l'ON nge Biology' I6 DAN S. BRll.l, Science Science and Math GORDON LF Eli.-Xl ' Science Ifootlvall a ' OLIVE JOHNSOX IRYYIN YOLKHAN ,. lliologv Clteniistrv - if Science Club Physics ' i junior Red Cross .Ktulio-Visual Club .,,,. . Rl'SSlil,l. HXRDINC Science Nlatlteinatics l'hotograpltv Clulm llecause it is the stuclv of the things arountl tts in lile and of the world we live in, courses in science are ofleretl to all classes in high school. General science is taught in junior high. lt is a stntlv of evervtlav science which provitles a goocl hack- grountl for the more aclvancecl courses in senior high. ln biology, the sophomores learn the various levels of plant ancl animal life when they aren't col- lecting insects or clisecting earthworms ancl frogs. Physics is the first scientihc course that is not a required one. The juniors learn the workings ol machines atul how work is made easier by machines. They also learn various formulae and laws, and set up experiments to prove what they have learned. lhe most aclvancecl course in high school science is cheniistrv. lllflllSll'iOllS seniors work on formulae and stutlv the hasic eletuents. Using the hasic ele- ments in their experiments, the future scientists strive to better unclerstancl the mysteries ol' chemistry. Prove Practical IXGA BR ENANIAX Mzitlieilizxtics .'xllCllllilllCC ORLEY BVRGESS Nlatheinntics Cuitlrtnce MILLIE HOLM hlZllllClIlilllCS Service Club FI.ORliXCli SCIHO'I"l'I.IiR hl2llllCIllZlllCS Guidance The niztin purpose of lnuthelnalics is lo develop the lllllllilllg' ability ol' the slutlenl. Courses are theres lore olleretl in lzoth junior zuitl senior high school. General math is lirst given in junior high school: next algebra is olleretl. This is lollowecl in senior high school by geometry, plane and solid, atlyancetl algebra antl trigonometry. In math, problems are put belore the stutlenl and he is instructed as to the nlethotl ol' solving theln in zt systeinzttical manner. Students lirsl receive primary equations to solve and these become more complex as the courses continue. .-Xll the courses are taught lor the entire year ex- cept trigonoinetry and solitl geometry which are oller- etl in only hull year courses. Not only does math cleyelop the thinking power, but it is also retluiretl by many colleges lor entrance. lying trigonomelry prohleins with the nitl ol' ' e rule are Iohn Sturtr. Lila Briggs, XVill'oral .johnson :intl Ruth Hudson. I.I'C1Y HOl'I.Il'IAN Nl2llllClll1lllCS junior Red Cross M. A. THOMPSON xl2llhCl'Il1llli'S B Basketball Guidance .Il'I.I.'XX wlxc Mztllieinzttics Page ls, X .,.. V h,, ., ,. as - t 'ffl DOXXA HEISIC hysical liduczition Diversification C..fX.A. Health l.li ROY NLXAS Physical liduczitiun Wrestling Hcailtli Q .W A i LOIS SPENCER Physicztl Education GAA. Health Guidance R.-KLPH SUNINIICRS l".Xl'I. XYILKF Allylclil- Iyircfim- l'hy'sical Education A llasketbzlll Rosetnztry' Peterson. La Yonne Parks. Henry Hickey. Denise Health Henson. l.:irry Klukow enjoy ll square dance. Guiflgmfc Square dancing made its way into the activities of both the boys' and girls' physical education classes this past year. For the boys it was the hrst tilne that square dancing has been a part of their regular gym classes. They were slow starters but once they learned they enjoyed it lor the lour weeks during which it was a part of their regular classes. The other sports the girls competed in included volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, tumbling and the required exercises. For the boys, basketball and football were again the principal sports. while wrestling, volleyball, kit- tenball, tumbling and exercises were stressed. Health and lirst aid classes were held for all the senior high students. They were taught by the gyin in- structors, Mr. Paul XVilke, Miss Lois Spencer, Miss Donna Heise and Mr. LeRoy Maas. The classes were held four days a week with physical education held on the fifth. This program offered training for the students in these courses as well as providing for the physical welfare ol' the body in the physical education courses. Page IS Supplies Variety lilsie Wynia. Beverly 'l'ovson, Anita Samudio. Alberta Heitlantl. Lois Godtland. Carolvn Iinerson. Marx Peterson. Marx Kuvper. NORMAN BAILEY .XLICIE C,-XNINIELI. I Vocational Coordinator .-Kttendztncc ,A Guidance Sophomore Class tr SEHK. . 1' . , 2-2 -s 's s 1. H61 IVA LOY Stenograpln' Business Training ln order to prepare students for permanent voca- tions alter graduation, classes in diversihed occupation are given. As a part of this class, students obtain part iime jobs and actually learn the work first hand. Pld- ucating students lor work in stenography, bookkeep- ing and secretarial ollices is the task of Miss Iva Loy. Students interested in typing may take that subject any one ol' their three senior high school years. XVhat crops to plant? NVhicl1 type of seed to use? 'lihese are just two ol' the many subjects discussed in the agriculture classes. Agriculture is offered to all boys in senior high who are interested in farming as a lutttre profession. Miss Alice Gammell, who is in charge ol the sen- ior high attendance, reported that 40 students had dropped school by the end of the first semester as compared to 30 which is the usual number. The average daily attendance stands at 745. Besides taking charge ol attendance. Miss Gam- mell also served as sophomore class adviser. DONALD P.-XI'LSON Vocational Agriculture F.F.A. Guidance NIARI li SKJEVIQIAND Bookkeeping Typing Hr '+'2.'43EfE7bF- . LOKVELL ROSS Vocational Agricnlt F.I".A. lll'C RIITH WOODS Typing Guidance Page Ill They Promoted Our Student Welfare .- fl V 4 , 'tj : jf my A V -' ,Qt 2 ls, if fi if " '53 f3t..,t3St'ff' One of Mrs. SLl11!l'S many tasks is give ing hearing tests to the students. Here Mrs. Suntl demonstrates on sophomore ,Ivan Hcilmzlll- Mrs. Helen Suntl has as her cluty tl1e guarcling ol stutlents' health in the srhool 5y'SlClll of Albert Lea. Because ol their work with eye and ear testing. lirst aitl and home nursing instruction, she antl her assistants may he cretlitecl with having aitlecl all stu- tlents in the general aclvancetnent of their health. Helping stutlents lintl their way to the choife gateway ol lile, are the members ol' the Guitlatite Coni- initlee. Hlililix SUND School Xin-sc All senior high students proht by seeking their counsel on tlerisions OliCXll'2l-f'lIl'1'lCLll2ll'2lCllX'lllCS. 'l'he seniors especially proht from the atlvice ol! leretl ttoncernin their work in any lieltl the' ina' . . ,. 1 ,, .. .. QA ,..' , - ,. ll K. ,., .4 . Row l' Xliss Iitlyllie Olson Xlr litil Iloiex Xliss Xuiie Xutler ' ' I 5 5 sou. Xlr, Nl. A. VIIIUIHIJSOII, Nliss sltloreiiee Stliottler. Row 2: udn O slM"'1'C In Xliss Ruth Wootls. Miss lizulileen Kigyer. Nlr. llonalcl Paulson. Nh: l'aul Nuke. Nlr. Harold Matson. Miss Ruth Nelson. Nliss Lois Spenter, Not pictured: Mr. Xorinan liailey. Page 20 and Guided U T The Best Entrance I .,.a, 1 ...:- angle 'QTPJS...4'M--..,.N,. -f ' - ,. f 1 - 1-. 1 LH sf : -E A1 - 1 if if 1 , ' 5 i s fee- f f My Nfifi Ron I: Nlrs. Xlzlbel iI21sse1111:111. Xlrs. l':1l11121 l.oe111C1', Mrs, Alice .'xllt1L'l'SUll. Xlrs. cllllll lJ21l1l. Nlrs. K:1tl1eri11e Hove. D h , Nlrs. .Kim 1i1e11st111. Mrs. Hultlu Wul- Pl'CIJ2ll'lllg H1111 serving 21 well 1DEl1ZlIICCC1, 11t1t11'1s11- liny RUN gg 11145, 1-1111111 Hit-Ls. Xlrs. ing lllltl t1e1ic'it111s lllC2l1 is t11e goal 111' Mrs. Mabel l?1111C31'0ig.Nlrs.I.l1eI1:1C91'cc11gw. Nlrs. Sue Cauly. Hrs. Helen Chase, Mrs. Mur- gnret I.11i1'. Nlrs. Nlllllllt' Wzigiier. Mrs. Helen 11-11111-12. Nlrs. Nluhel Ciryiics. Crynes 211111 her C1lCCl'1'll1 C2l1'ClCI'12l st2111'. 'l'l1ei1' lllC2l15 are e114jnyec1 not only by 111C jlllllfll' 211141 senior high. l1o1veye1'. Each tl21y Air-Void C011- t21i11e1's ul' Inml are lZl1iCll by C2l1ClCl'i3. Vv't7l1lCll and served to the O21kwoot1, Abbott 211111 Ramsey 5lllI1Clll5. 'l'he iztiiitors, 1lliClllCll 211161 engineers play quite an llIl1lCl'211Q1CL1 but lllllJOl'l2llll 1121111 i11 the rule ol'sc'l1r1ol Num-I 4-RYYB li1'e. The duties 111' each 2ll'C sell' exp12111at0ry. tI11l'c1e1-in Stipciwistii- .X l'C2l1 test ol' z1sst1111i11g responsibility was theirs 1l1is YCZIII XVith 1l0lll'S01'IllJC1CCll'lC11y. they were 21b1e to keep things going i11 2111 eilicient lll2lllllC1'. Oswzilcl Glll'1xCIl1Dl'l'g, Illhllll 1"1yllIl, Curl .XllllCl'S0ll, hx1111l1llll Wag 11e1'. fi1liII'1CS Olson llllll john f1l'ClSll, N411 pitturetlz .X. KZ. l.eepe1 Xo1'111:111 Nl:111sk:111. yliimes jenseti, Melvin li1111111pst111. l':1gge '21 -Zia wil ja if? 'E 2 if if f 2' X 5 1 if I .K t J' ,W . ff ' , 5 will R: + 5 ' 3 A SS Z 1 Ms , N' . .1z.. 'Wm ,iw-",r' 5 I aff", " rf rf w ,w"' , , ...,., 1 f . 4,,,g,,,1,y,ig,,'-,QI ,,, ffd 5 " ' I- 'T J, 0, ,wwymm .,.,wM,..gI ,W JM , E ' 54 gg X " 5 ' 1- wjw' 5 ' i V M A Lf, fb- ,E it h ' 13 , , .. VE .rm 'V 'L N. "fs 3 , i " f - 4 ' Q4 ' 'fran' '. , 5f. ', ' ,A ag, 5W"""""d'-"""'-"f-'V : Pixy , 1 K ' W- FW 25' - -:ima ...,. ' 'S 34.515 X ' , X ' f- ' gl!! -n, P. ww ., , Af, - -a-- A Who's Wh In ,tiff , UW. , RSA, L. QQ, A , Q nocsnf Nmfibn MARGARET LIN DELL ARREN Principal Yernmnd Andersen. james Engen. Henry Ruble, Bill gIlfNIOR ROT.-XRIANS: Seated-Robert L. Myers, .joseph Boe. Vhompson. Lowell Barr. Paul Skophammer. Roger Navlor. Pete: ' ' l l I i Kucherat. Standing: john Babey. Richard Greengo, Donald Yeldman. Su merintendent K. -olm Halverson. A HonorStudents Obtain nnual wards Attending Rotary meetings to report on high school activities is the responsibility ol' the ten senior boys who were given the honor ol' being elected as junior Rotarians lor this year. Each junior Rotarian attends the meetings in his assigned month and informs the Rotary Club ol' the progress in his particular field. Rotarians representing the dillerent lieltls are: Paul Skophammer, Stutlent Council: Donald 'l'homp- son, Senior Class: William Kuchera, Music, Lowell Barr, Dramatics: Henry Ruble, Agriculture, John Babey, Shop: Roger Naylor, Qlournalismg and James Eugen, Honor Society. Peter Veldman and Richard Creengo represented the school in athletics. 'l'he American Legion awards were given to the senior boy and girl having outstanding qualities ol' courage, scholarship, honor and service. Receiving ,Xmerxcan Legion awards lor outstand- ing citizenship were Margaret Blunt and William ' N Q ' Kutheia. I , V Margaret Lee Blunt has been a member ol such gg I organizations as Drama Club, Tliespians, Quill and 25? Scroll, National Honor Society and the .Xu LA l'lA Ss H ' W 'Q and Titzrik stalls. , '54 A lew ol' her hobbies are hunting, horseback ritl- J mg, skiing, snow-shoeing and tennis. , . . . . . . 3. Lxcellmg m the held ol music, Bill Kuchera has t Jartici rated in the hifh school band, the A chorus. l l - A I . select madrtgal group and the Swing Band. Xl,-XRC.XRli'l' BI.l'N'l' WlI.l.l.XXI KVCHICR.-X liill has been a member ol National Honor So- ciety. ,Iunior Rotarians, Student Council, Thespians, Drama Club, Hi-Y, track, Science Club and the junior AC21dCIlly of Science. Page 26 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: LeRoy Yan Proosdv, treasurer: Caroline Xlachacek, secretary: Donald Thompson. president: and l'eter Yelthnan, vice president. Reliable Seniors Complete Final Year The year lEl5l brings to a close three eventful years in the Albert Lea Senior High School for the graduating senior students. During their sophomore year. this class had as its oilicers: Aleanne Cady, president: Margaret Thompson, vice president: Nadiene Dale, secretary: and Marilyn Hendrickson. treasurer. The sophomore class party and Sadie Hawkins' Day dance, which the sophomores sponsored, highlighted all the events ol' that year. Adviser lor the class was Miss Alice Ganunell. As juniors, the niain event ol' the year was the lliunior-Senior banquet and proin. The thetne ol this gala event was "Drean1er's Holiday" with Miss Blanche Benson advising theni as she did throughout the year. A pie social helped to linance the proni and banquet. The class oilicers were Richard Greengo, president: .janet Grasdalen, vice president: Marjorie Hellie. secretary: and Margaret Blunt, treasurer. Another thrill lor the year was presenting their own play, which was 'lUncle lfred lflits By." Finding themselves with the titles ol' the superior seniors, the group took charge ol' responsibilities which are designated to the students. An active participation in school activities was an outstanding characteristic oi' this class. Heading the seniors were their class ollicers: Don- ald H. Thonipson, president: Peter Veldnian. vice president: Caroline Machaeek. secretary: and LeRoy Van Proosdy. treasurer. Mr. Iigil Hovey acted as ad- viser as the seniors advanced through the year. The Daughter ol' American Revolution award for l95l was presented to Nadiene Dale. This award sig- nifies that she is the niost outstanding citizen ol' Albert Lea High School. She was chosen for her service. honor, dependability and leadership. N.-XDIICNIC IJALIC Page 27 NORMA .MXSICN - Ushers Club. I. 2. fl: Hi-Iccns. I. 2. Pl. ROGER .XCKIH-IND-Tennis, 2. FI: Gznnnm Hi-Y. I. l.l'.XNX XIEISOX QKNI.-XX-I3l':xnxz1 Cllulm. 2: I'IifI'ccns, I3 .X Kllmrm, 2. 3: I5 Cflmrlls. I: Olllce Help. I: Dixcrsiliul Ol'l'IlIIZllllJIIN. fl. lil.Il,XliI-1'I'H .XNll'NlJSON-Hi-'I'cI:ns. I. El. .XR'I'Ill'R .XXII- H.m,l hw!! Rnum, M,H,Iml 'Hum Xidmn Xmul I'1RS4,N-SIIILICIII lluuuril. II: Ilrzunxl Clulm. I. 2. fi: lfoollmll, lg IIIIIIICIII .Xnmmlmn .Xl'llllII' .XIIKICINUII IIA-llx Xmlcwwxl ,IOJXNXIC :XNllliRSOXfl'lif IICCIIN. 2. Nl.fXlll.liXl'. .XYIILQRSON -SIJZIIIINII Kiluh, 2: Ilrumn Cilulr. I. 2. Ii: Ihcapizms. 2. 3: IIi- Iccns. 2. II: lmlc In-II I'llIN Iix. 2. I',Xl'I. .XXIII-IRSOX-Iinml. l ff -4 SI'fl.Nl.X .XXDICRSON-Quill Llml Scroll. 2. II: Xallirmzll lllllllll Society. II: .XII I.:1 H11 Sal. 2. II: 'llgn-11 EI: Spec-rl: Ifuxlixul. 2. 3: .A ,.. . . -. .. . A -.,' ,I . . .- I VIIIIIIUI C.l:lsslc':ll lrzxgllc. 2. .IQ f.:lca:l1'K.I1ll1, I3 I xl1c1'sC.luI1. I. 2. 5. IDx.1m.I Llub, I. 2. 3. IIICNIJIIIIIA, 2. .51 H1-Icum. I. 2. .I: l...X..X., l. 2. IS: Iiuwling League, I: 'I igcrs Runr. 2. fi: I'ron1 CUIIIIIIIIICC f.ll1lIl'Ill1IlI. 2: l llrlc I'I'c1l I'lll9 III. 2: Mvvl Nlc' In Sl. LOUIS, 2: .Klum III IMnuIc1'I:umI. II: Cllmrimnus I':ugn-null. 2. ROSE NIARII-I .XRXISTROXCL-lirznnzl Llulm, 2: III-'I'cenx. Ig .X Kllmrlls. 2. 3: li L.lIIll'lIh. I. Page 28 .Xlplm III-X. I. 2: .I Llmrus. I, 2. 3: Opcwllu. 2. ISI-.I IX .xxlllflisfjx-SIIIIICIII Council. I: Science Cilulr, I: l'wI1c-rs Club. 31 I'Ii-Teens. I, 2, EI: C..X..'X.. I. I lluunm- .Xmlermn Nlurlcnc .Xnmlcmm IIZIIII .Xmlcrmn I ,WL Sulmu .-hula-rsml Row Xlnric .'Xl'I1lSII'0l1g Ivzm .Xrncsou The Iinznl flilffxlf. NI. A. Thompson :uni xl2ll'gllI'Cl. lluvicl and Superinlenml- eul I. jnhn Halvcrsmm. Wann-n :md XII, I.. Ll. Emmons. Ro NI2ll'g2ll'Cl llllllll Yiviun Bolingcr I.0rr:1inc llrulncc l.AV'RliNCIi ASHI.IHSON-lf.l".."I., I. 2. fl: Tigc'1'R Runr. fl: FYX NIAIC .-Yl"l'IflfHifIicClls. I. .IOHN ll.-Xl5liYf-liillim' Rnlurizln. fl. .XLYERA ISXKIQIQN-Hi-'l'cui1s. l. 2. IHXYIQRX l5.Xl.INYlNf Ifoollmll. I: Bowling League. I. 2. 3. I.OWEl.l. lI.XRR-Nw lionzil Honor Snricly. 2. fi: Discussion Club. 2: I'lmumgr:iplly Club. I. 2: SCICIICC Club. I. 2. fl: CRICHZII' Club. I: llrzunzi Club. I. 2. 31 , 'lilICSl1l1llIS.2.3I liznul. I. 2. EI: Nlzulrigzil Group. I. 2. Il: .X Chorus, I-1'I"'l"N1' VIIICWII VV' Milf' -VII! .lllllll llilllvl I. 2. 3: 'I'igcr'w Roznx fl: OIYCYCIIII. I: l'nc'lc I-'11-cl I-'Iils By. 2: Nicol Mc In Sl. Louis. LZ: .llicc In Wonclcrlzuul. fl: lunim' Rotu- .xlVL'I'2l llzlklicll l.:iYc'rn llzilclwin l.nw0ll IIIIIT IISLIIC IIICRCSI'ROXI-.Xlplm Hi-N. 3: Orclicslrzi. I. 2. fl: Ilauul. I 7 I SIKIIIQ n'lIIil I I X Clunux l I ligu x Run I I I 'mln-rs 4-of UQKRIC . - w ' 1 .' 'uII. -. f: .illlllllllll Ilonm' .n u-ly. -. f:. .: 'J -. f: ' if I: .' ccrb Ifcsliizil. I: Sllll cnt Counril. I. fl: Iliwussicni Club. I. 2: I'1'c'nfI1 Club. 2. fl: 'cncc Club. I. 2: nlnninr Clzissiczul I.z'z1g1ic,2.3: Czu-mi' Club. I: .' mcrs Club. I. 2. El: Ilrzunu Club. I. 2. II: YI-IICSIDIQIIN. 2. fl: Ili- A uns. I. 2. fl: IIOIIILTOIIIIIIQ f2llCL'lI. fl: Nlccl NIC In Sl, Louis. 2: . -CL' ln lV0iulcl'l:nul. 3: I'igL'i's Rnzlr. I: Claw OllirQ1'.2. YIYIAN IYiQlfR-Iklicrx Klub I' Spccrli lfculivzil 2' Snulvnt Cunn- it Bcncllxcn Islu Bu SIIOIII B lx Ili c . UYIIN, , , . . . , . .7 I " N. . . Rl'l'.X ISR.-XXD-Spainisli Club. I: Drzunu Club. I. 2: Hiflcvns. I I - I. 2. 3: 'I'igcr's Roan: fl. l.lI..-X ISRIGKLS-Spccrli Ifcslixal. 2: Rllil IIVUIIKI I-llil l"l'lP,'?IS Nlllff' IIVUUIQS Discussion Club. 2: Science Club. 2. Fl: Hi-locus. 2. El. MARY BROOKS-Hpcccll Ifvslixul. 33 Science Club. I. 2. EI: Ilrxnnu Club. . .. - - ,- .,.- 01. ll0IX'llIIf,j' LCZIQIIC. 2. fl: .X Cllnrus. 2. El: I3 Clmrus. I: I'ron1 Unu- inillcc Cluiirmzln. 2: .Xlirc In Wmulcrlzuul, El. IOHX ISROWNLXN-Bowling Lcziguc. I. 2. II. I.0WIiI,I. BROWN-Bowling League. I. CI'I.Xl'XCl-XY IIRl'.X-Wrcslling. -Iubn IIYOXXIIIZIII l.ou'clI I'n'nu'n Cluuuucw Bflll Page 29 Y Plnllis Buclulrl Kzn lking rnmlleliglrl when the cleclrir prnxer Inils ure Bev Truevlell. juan Fisher. Nlzrrlcnc Amlcrwn. Jeannine Xluimlcn. Helen Kron and Kl2lI'g2ll'Cl YlllI0l1I pson. BlICI1IIl'l'iL' .. a 253. x .::- .gt K. 2, Q ' E: ' f , - I 555335 . az' Tfrfsziffiiiy ?'3WY55" :fi-1 Wi. iff-ff' . , j .gg g -. f 50" Dale Elm I'HYI.I,IS BI'IJ.-XIII,-Quill and Scroll, 2. fl: Nzrlinnzrl Honor Soricly. EI: .Xlr I,11 Hu Hu. 2. 3: 'I'if'er. 3: Sluclcnl Council. II: Hi' Ieens, I: Nlzulrlgzrl Group. 2. flgl-lk Chorus. 2, fl: II Clmrus. I. KAY lil'FNNICKF-Hi-'I'c'ens. l. 21 Bowling League, l. 2. ILXLIC IiI'h5-Ifootlmll, Ig lluskcllmll. I: Dixcrwilicml Orulpzulium. 3. ROSE XIXRIIC ISYKID-.X Clhurua. II: II flll0I'lIS. 2. -Ili.-KNNIE CZAIJY-Quill and Scroll. 2. fl: Nulionul Ilnnur Socicly. II: All Ln Ilzr Sn. 2. fl: lllglill II: Sluclcnl Klnuncil. I. 3: Kiucwur Clluls, I: ,- Ir, I- .. IJr:nn.r Llulu. I. 1. 3. H1-Icem. I. 1. .lz C...X..X.. I. J. 5: Bancl, I. 2. '41 Hmnermning Queen ,xllCl'IIlIlIIl. EI: 'I'iger's Roar. 2: Prom Committee Clrnirmzm. 2: Claw Ollicer. I: Hi-Y Prineews. I. I'.XI'I. C.AI.I,.KII.XN-XS're5Iling. I, 2. Rme Marie Bygcl -Icnnnc Cady Paul Callahan LARRY il,XRI.SliX-Spceflr Feslixzrl. 2. 3: Sllulenr Council. 3: I.:n'rv Czrrlscn Lucille Carlsen Janice Carlson Alplm Hi-Y. 2. 3: Cllrrislrnzu PZIUCZIIII. 2. I.I'CII.LIi CIARLSICN- ' Hi-Teens. Ig fS..X,.X.. 2: Oflice Ilclp. 2: Ilixcrsiliell Occupzllimr. FI. IXNICIIC f1.XRI.SONfI'nl1Cl's Club. l. 2. fl: Hi-'l'0l'nS, I. 2. I lllzrwling 1.1-agua-. I. NIILO CII-I.Xl-IIICIQ-.XI1 I.zl H11 Sn, 2. Ii: Tiger. 3: .Xuclio Visual, 2. II, LORRAINIC CHRIS'I'liNSEN-Drznnzr Club, 23 Hi-Teens. I: K' X X I' X f'llOI'lI'i 2' B Chorus I ' " ' ' 1.. ,. .. ,. . I, Ieens. I. fl. Page 30 BIA LRIA CH RS-Hi, Milo CIIQIITCQ Lorrzlinc Christensen Beverly Chrs H X C I Ikl XI.-KN-Ilillecm. I. 2. 3: A Chorus, 2. 3: B Chorus. I IOREN CORNICK-Slnrlem Council. 2: Iennix. I: 'l'iger's Roar, I. NIXRNA CI"I"l'S4Qnill und Scroll. 2, 3: .Ili L11 Hu Sn. 2. El: Tiger. 3: -Innior Classical League. 2. SI: Czxewzn' Club, I: Ushers Club. l. 2. El: llrznnu Club. I. 2: ll'lICSlll1lIIh. 2. 3: Hi- Ievns. I, 2, fl: C..X..X., l. 2: Bowling League. fl: Senior EXCCIIIIYC ' 1 1 - ' ' ' 0 Knunril. .lg Irom Lmmmiu-c Chznrnnin. ... -IACK ll.ll.lf-SlIllll'IIl Council. I: Wrestling, I. 2. 3. NADIENE Clikcmun Loren Cornick Xlzirnzr fllllli lJAI.I'PQnill :nnl Scroll. 2, El: Xznional Honor Soriely, 2. 3: Ali 1.11 Hu Sal. 2, EI: Tigger. 2. fl: junior Classifzll League. 2. 3: Cucszn' Club. I: lfslrcrs Club. l. 2. EI: llrznnzi Club, I: Hi-Iccns. ' '-sr.-nlzrlixu Council. 2: C.A..k., I. 2: l'l0lIlCl'0IIlllIg Queen ,Xllcrnlnnl. 3: 'ligerk Rour, 2: Class Ollifer. I: II..K.R. Represcnlzniic. .I. DWYNI1 III-ICN-Bzifkellmzill. TI. ark Dale Xzuliene Dale Ilwxne Dcgn IJOXNX DOMIIROSKIC-llrznnn Clnlr. I: Ili-Teens, I, 2. Iiilnu Ik- Rand Norman Dolllnn Donna Dmnbroske XIAX DOWI.INC-Scic'm'e Club. I: Cznnmxu Hi-Y. II: llouling League. I: Stage Crew. 2. DARLIENIC DRICYICR-Hi-'l'eenx. fl. C,XYl.Ii FCCIQ-Quill :nnl Scroll, 2. 3: .Xl1I.:n ll2lS1l.f.l.il1'llgl'I'. -V . fl: Spanish Club. l: IIr:nn:1 Club. I. 2: 'lllll'NlJlilIIN. 2: Ili-Ieem, I f l. 2: CLAA.. l. 2. fl: llnnling l.C1lgIll'. l. 2. wk N' T o ..,. , , Maw Dowling Darlene Drcyer Gayle Eggs logclher for il senior executive eounf eil meeting are Lois Hn:-mocllcr, Rita Lnkes. Nlzirnn Cnlln. Dick Creengo. Ilorolln Hnnl und Russell mlcnsen. Vu ge fl I CAROL IiI,I.INcIsf,x-DIYIIIILI Club. 2. 31 I'Ii-'IAc't'nN. I. 2. 33 II Chorus. I: 'I'igCr's Roan: EI: -Inninr Rcml Crm, Council. FI: Offirc- Help. I. EI. WARREN ICXIXIONS-SpcccI1 I7CSliX1lI.2: Discussion Club. I: Sficnrc Club, I. 2. II: Ilrznnu Club. I. 2. II: 'I In-spiuni 2. FI, II.nuI. I. 2, EI: Xlzulriplnl Group. 2. PI: .X Clmrns, I. 2, FI: Opcrcllzl. I: l'ncIe Fred Iflils By. 2: .Xlicc In WonrIcrIunrI. II. IXNII-IS IQNCIZX-Xulirnml Iluncn' Socicly. 2. II: IIIIOIOQTZIIIIII Club. I. 2: Science Club. I: Drzxmza Club. I. 2: VIIIICSPIZIIIS. 2: 'I vnnix. I. 2. II: .XIpIl:1I'Ii-Y. I. 2. EI: Bunml. I. 2. II: Swing Bznul. II: 'ligvrk Rnzu, 2. fl: I'r4nn Cmnmiltcc' CIIZIIIIIIIIII. 2: l'ncIc Ifrcd I-Ins III, 2: Ilnnnr Rnlanwaun. .I. IOAXNIC ICXCILN-.XII l.u Hz: Su. 2. II: SpcvcI1 I-Acwlixnl, 2: l.i- In.ny Club. 2: Drsnnn Club. I. 2. .Iz Ihcx nnnx. 2, .IQ II l.Iun'ns. I: I . . 2 Nlccl Mc In Sl. I.rnnw. L. IS.'XRII.XR.X ICRICIQSOX-Ilrznnu CInb. 1. .41 I - 4 I. 2. :I: H1-In-cm. I. 2. :Ig C..'X..X,. I. 2: .X l.Inn'ns. 2. 3: II Llmrns. I: Iigerk Ruzny 2: Alice In IY01nIcrI:nuI.fI.C.XRY IZRICKSON- Iizukclbzlll. I. liob RCC1I.,lC2IIlIIC' Robinson. Rnsc Pvt- crsnn. Hunk Rublc. Chuck Squires und Vnlnrcs Klnndcr rlimb zllmuzml Ilnnkk lrnfk for II nicc ride. C:n'nI lillingson Wznrrcn lllnnnons ,lznnes I-ingcn tloznnmc Iingcn II:lrb:n':x Iiricksrm Gary Erickson NIARILYX ICSSIC-Spcccll Ifcslixzal. 21 Cncsur Club. I: Drunm A U H Club. I. 2. EI: VIAIICSIDIZIIIS, 2. EI: Hi- Igccns. I, 2. 3: II:nnI. I, 2. FI: l'IIIll ICSW I7CI2lI10I"llH'Il IIUICI l'lHIi A Chorus. 2. II: II Clmrns. I: CIIYISIIIIZIS Plan. I. IIIQI..-KNO Inna Ifishcx' Frank Iflzunangun IICIIX I'.IIlNId'I'lIiI Page EI2 I:'INCH-Bowling League. 2: Ilivcrsiliccl KBCFIIPIIIIIOII. II: I-Znlcrcrl from Kin-vcr. XIIIIIICSOIII. I. YIOI,li'I' PINK-Hi-'I'cc-ns. I. 2. 31 Diwrsilicxl Ownpznion, II. IOAN I-4ISlIliRfIJr:un:n Club. 2. II: Hi-Teens. 2. II: G..X..X., 23 Iigcrk Rnznx 2. 3: IiIlllLI'ClI Irrnn Kclunorc. New York. 2. I"R.XXK IVI,,XN.XCAXfI7r:n11:x Club. 3: Football. I. 2. 3: 'I'1':1ck. II. IIIiAI"I'Y FIHIXSKERIIll-I,il1rzn'y Club. EI: L'sIxcrQ Club. I. 2. .I. III- Iccnm. I. 2. 3: A CIIIOYIIS, 2, 3: li Chorus. I. .L ESTHER FI.IiTCHER-A Chorus. II.O IfI.I'GI'NIf.X Chorus. 2, 3: IS Chorus. I. -IOANNE l"OSS-Czieszu' Club. I: Drzunzi Club, I. 2, 3: Iliespizuis. 3: Hi-'I'c'eiis. I. 2. 3: RCIJYCSCIIIIIIIXC Council. 2: .X Chorus. 2. 3: I5 Chorus. I: 'I'igcr's Roan: 2: Sprczul- ing The Neus. 2. ROBLIRI CIiORCI'1-'I'i'zu'k. I. 2, -IOSICPH C-IRIX-Spccnli Esther Flclehcr Ilo Flugnm 'Ioanne Foss Fcslixzil. 3: Ifootbzill. I. 2: Bzuskellmll bI2lll2.lQ'l'I'. I. 2: Alpha Hi-Y. I. 2. EI: A Chorus, 2. 3: II Chorus. I: O wrellzi. I. I.lVI'.RN1z I CGUD'I IAND-.Xh I.:i Hu Sai. 2. 3: Tiger. EI. Robert George -joseph Girlz I.uYc'rnc flflflllll ICVEINX KLOSKESON f CA..-X.. 2. VIANIUI' CLR.XSD,Xl.IiN - Spanish Club. I: Sc'icnc'c Club, I. 2: IIHIIIIZI Club. I. 2. 3: I'Ii- Icens. I, 2. 3: Reprcsenlzuiw Council. I: AI iger's Roar. 3: Class J N S D Iiccr. L. ROLLAXD GRliIi.'-.'uulcnl Council, L. 3: .Xlphzi Ili-X. I. 2. 5,0lnlicsllz1. 1.2, .I, B.incl. I. 2.3: Siiing Ihuul. 1.1.31 qgogkcsou Jimcl q:,-gmmlen Rollzlmi Q,-CU, Nlzulrigzil Group. I: .-X Chorus. I: 'Iiiger's Roar, I. 2. fl: Operellzi. I: Boys'Sl:1lc RClJl'CSClIl2llIYC. 2: Boys' Nzilionzil RCPITSCIIIZIIIYC. 2. RICIIARD GREICNCO--Sluclenl Counfil. 2: Ifootbnll. I. 2. 3: Wreslling. l, 2, 3: Bziskellmll. I: .Xlplm IIIAY. 2. 3: 'I'rau'k. 2. 3: Senior Iixcculive Council. 3: Clirislinns Play. 2: -Iunior Rfllllllilll. .: Class Ofliccr. 2. RODGI-ZR CRICIZNGO-.llpliu Hi-Y. fl. DICAN HAI- I'IX-'I'r1u'k. 2. 3. elizircl Creengo Rodger Crccngo Dean Ilzigen DEAN I-LXHN-Slumlenl Council. 2: .XIIKIIOYYINIIIII Club. 2: Haas- DCSIH HSIIIII l7?lYiIl HIIIYCYSOH DOHIHI I'I2lll0ll kclbzill. 2. 3. DAVID I-I,XI.YIiRSON-Speech Feslivzll. 2: Dis- ' cussion Club I' Science Club I 2 3'Foo1b'ulI 2 'I' xll7lI'I Hi Y 2.liI'i-ML. 2.':xf.i Chorus. :if islam.. 1-i.xlNof2irf.m1,ll. 2. :if -. -. MRBAR.-x ruxsox-Qmii ...iii sfmii. 2. :sg .xii 1.1 ni. su. 2. fi. 'l'iger. 3: Drzunzi Club. I. 2. 3: Hi-Iccns. I. 2. 31 .X Chorus. 2. 3: ' ,- I ,N '3' B Chorus. I: 'I'iger's Roar. 3. DELORIZS H.XNSOX--Hi3I'ecns. Z I ff f"?5f'E I 2 'I' C X X 2' X Chorus 2 3' I5 Chorus I MI' 'Z' Bzubnrzl Hanson Delores Hanson Roger Hzirgis Page 33 NLXBEL HAROLDSON-Caesar Clttb. l: lishers Cltth. 2. 3. RICHARD HAXVKINS-Iintered from Rochester, Minnesota. 3. BETTY HEATHER-French Clttb. 2, 3: Science Club. I. 2. 3: junior Classical League, 2. 3: Caesar Clttb. I: l7ShCt'S Cllllf- 21 Drama Clttb. 2: Hi-Teens. I: C.,X.A.. I: Prom Committee Chair- man. 2. IXIARG.-XRET HEDSTRONl-Dirersilied Occupation. 3. ROGER Hl2I,I,.-XXD-Diversified Occupation. 3. NIARVIORIE HIZLLIIQ- Quill anti Scroll. 2. 3: National I-Ionor Society. 2. 3: Ah La Ha Mabel Haroldson Richard I-Iatrkins Betty Heather Sa. 2. 3: 'Iiger. 3: Student Council. 2: Discussion Club. 2: Science Club. l: Drama Club. l. 2. 3: Ihespians. 3: Hifleens. I, 2, 3: B Chorus, lg Homecoming Queen Attendant. 3: 'l'iger's Roar. 3: Class Oflicer. 2: White Phantom. 2: Ofhce Help. 2. 3: Girls' State Representative. 2: Christmas Play. l. Richard Hemry Arlene Hengesteg Marilyn Hendrickson Cencille Ilenry Henry Hickey Barbara Holau IDIS HOOGLAND-Hi-Teens. l, ,2. 3. KENNIQTH HOI'G- Student Council. l. 2: Alpha Hi-Y. 2: F.F.A.. l, 2. 3. NI.-XBEI. HITRER-Quill and Scroll. 2. 3: Ah La Ha Sa. 2. 3: Tiger. 3: junior Classical League. 2. 3: Caesar Club, I: Ushers Club. 2. 3: Hi-Teens. l. 2. 3: Drama Clttb. 3: G..-XA., l. 2. 3: I3 Chorus, l: National Honor Society. 3. I.OIS Hl'I2MOE1.l.liR -National Honor Society, fl: Speech Festival. 2, 3: Drama Clttb. I. 2. 3: Thespians. 2. 3: Hi-Teens. 2. 3: Senior Iixecutiyc Council. 3. DOROTHY HUNT-Quill and Scroll, 2, 3: National Honor Society, 3: Ah I.a IIa Sa, 2. 3: Tiger. 3: Speech Festival, 3: Dis- cussion Club. 2: Drama Club. 2. 3: Ihespians. 3: Hi-Ieens. 2. 3: Representative Council, El: C..X..K.. l: Senior Executixe Council. 1: x I 'I IS Chorus. l: 'l'iger's Roar. L, 3: Prom Committee Chairman. 2: Ilncle Fred Flits By, 2: Alice In Wonderland. 3: Oflice Help. 2: Red Cross Council. fl: Entered from Russellville, Arkansas. l. Page 31 Margaret Hedstrom Roger Holland Marjorie Hellie ARLICNE HEXGIiS'IiIiCfHi-Teens. l. 3: Dirersilied Occupation. 3. MARILYN HITNDRICRSOX-Quill attd Scroll. 2, 3: Na- tional Honor Society, 3: .Nh La I-Ia Sa. 2. 3: Tiger. 3: Student Council. 3: Spanish Clttb. l: Drama Club, I. 2. 3: Thespians, 2. 3: I-Ii-Teens. I. 2. 3: C.A.A.. I: B Chorus, 1: Homecoming Queen .-Xttendant. 3: Class Oflicer. l: Ofhce Help. 3: Christmas Pageant, 'I 54Z't::rf1C'f EgfP,EF Tztozil-'Tf -5- :1:' '0:',..1,::o:-- ":fr :HF Zf1,,?'5':' ENJPZEEI: EQME-' EI ch7OQ2m E1:r'O7 .-. 'Ch-'Z f-..fT7::-, U .- .17 4 'Fila' I forty?-32 -, Z -x lf-::r.:t:: 1,-,"-"":. ' --1-5: :Ei NALEIT' F'--rn-an frgyzgg E? 177:-T +3 YT:-'if' GTE? :cf 5-?wI', 24mmnfd "'Q""7:A2 11-4mr: -'T,-,,:,'JEf-'fibn 'iiilebo :1'5' 5- :' 42 516-5 i.1'n, EH' ."':P4'W... aug, V 1-I. 0'FEF7 3'N"'7'9,E- 2. : :fu T'PJ9m?'5?72 3 3 2. MM -:rw-fir ' Lois Hoogland Kenneth Hong Richard I-Ioye Mabel llttbet Lois Huetnoeller Dorothy Hunt Leo Jackson Hazel Jacobson 'l'heltna Jacobson i Barbara Jensen Beverly Jensen Cecil Jensen Eneouulcrccl in a haphaiarcl snowball F1 ht are Dean Hahn Norma Aasen. Q V Marlene Anderson. Leo Jackson. Rila Brand, John Johnson antl llCllJ' Blake. LEO JACKSON-Football, l, 2, 33 Alpha Hi-Y. 1, 2, 3. HAZEL JACOBSONfB Chorus, 23 Diversihccl Occupations, 3. TI-IELMA J.-XCOBSON-Speech Festival. 2. 3: Spanish Club, 1: Drama Club, l, 2: Thespians. 2, 33 Hi-Teens, l, 2, 33 l'ncle Fred Flits By, 23 Ollice Help. 2, 3. BARBARA JENSEN-French Club. 2. 35 Caesar Club. lg Drama Club, 3: Hi-'l'eens, 2. 3: Prom Committee Chairman, 2. BEVERLY JENSEN-Science Club, l, 2, 3, Caesar Club, lg Drama Club, l: I-li-Teens. l. 2. 3. CECIL JENSEN-Diversilietl Occupa- tions. 33 Enteretl from I.ake Mills, Iowa. fl. 'fx V4 'vii i qfw22'r?ZQg,'f2-gilfyf ,1 l ' i f if i ..- i ' - fzw-Qwiiw r' l . Ellen Jensen June Jensen Mary Jensen Ore Jensen Rodney Jensen Russell Jensen ELLEN JENSENMQuill and Scroll. 2, 3: All La Ha Sa, 2. fl liger. fl: Caesar Club. l: Junior Classical League. 2. 3: lshers Club, 2, Il: Drama Club. fl: Hi-Teens. 2. 3. MARY E. JENSEN- linlerecl Iroin Anoka. 33 Hi-'I'eens. fl: Science Club. fl. OVE JENSEN-Dianna Club. 33 Wrestling. lg F.F.A., l, 2, 3 Stage Crew, 3. RUSSELL JENSEN-Tennis. 2. 35 Track. 2 Senior Executive Council, 3: Orchestra, 2, 3: Band, l, 2, 3 Niadrigal Group, 13 A Chorus, lg Tigers Roar, 23 Opcretla, 1 Page 35 Rl"I'H -IERIIIEI-1-junim' Clan-sivnI LCZIQIIC. 2, 3: CZICWZII Club. I: I'QIu-rs Club. 2. 3: A Chorus, 3: B Chorus, I. 2, DANIEL IOHXSON-Wrestling I. 3: If.If..X.. I. 2, 3: ,X CIIOYIIY. TI. .IOHN JOHNSON-lfqzulImll. IZ Bowling, I.Cugllc'. I, Ruth Jcrdcl. Daniel Il0h,N,,, -'Ulm Ilnlumm NIARIIA N nlOIIXSOXfIJ1':nnn Klluh. 2. IG: Spanish Club. I: Hi- Nlurilyu -Iolmsou Philip jolmson Richzlrcl .johnson IIIFYCIISIIIQ lhvir kuoulvrlgc am- john Hrownlam. Rirlxzml Ilmc. l..uYcru Iiuldwin, I,uYmu1c Parks. Ilo Iflugum. XIJIIW I'n'0okS. .loam lfimllcr. Ilurolhy Kuoislm. lion 'I'Immpsou. lhuunv Rum- sclh. Nlzlrrcllu I'im'm'L'. Rusfcll Rzmuusv wu. Ilmmzl Ilomlwmkc :Incl XUVIIIZI .Xam'n. Slmrun johnson Wilfurrl nlnlmsuu William Kcclcr Hen-:ly Kim I.:u'rx Klukou' Yzllorcs Kluudcr Pzlgn' 315 . . I , . . - . 1 1 Iccm. I. 2, .Ig C,..X.,X.. .I: Nlzulrrgul I.rru1p, .Iz .-X Chorus, Z, 3: IE CIIIIIYIIN. I: Ilgcrrs Roar. II. RICZHARIJ -IOHNSON-Speech Ifvstiull. II: SIIIIICIII Clcrllllcil. 25 Golf. I. il. 3: Iiuskelbzlll. l. 2: .Xlphu Ill-X. I. 2. SHKROX JOHNSON- liulcrr-cl from .XIrIcn. XIIIIIICSOIII. 3. XVII.- FORII IOHNSON-RiI'Iv Clulm. I: Bowling League. I, 2, 3. Wil.- l.I,XNl kIiEI.I-IR-I'IwlugrupI1y Cllulr, fig JXIPIIII Hi-Y. 2. 3: Cou- I ICIIIIIQII lllgfflllll, l. I3IZX'IiRI.Y K'lf,S-DITIIIIII K1IuI:. 21 Hi-Icons. I. 2, 3: Office Help. .fI. IUXRRY KI.LTKOW-Wrestling, I: I'.If..X.. 1.2, 3: .X Klhorus. -. Y.Xl.ORliS Kl,I'XIJliR-Sp:miwI1 Clluh. I: Drama C1Iuh,2, 3 H1-Icons, 1.2.32 G..X..X.. 33 'I'igcr's Roar. 33 Ollicc Help, 2, 3. H MARY KNIv,IvSON-NIIIIKIIILII ' '.' " V. L. I: f: '1 H I' Dlillllll Cluh, I, 2, II: lhespizrns. 2. II: Hi-'I'eens, 2. 3: O1 cheslru, I: Band. I, 2, II: hlllilllglll Group. II: .-X Chorus, 2. II: II Chorus, I: Tigers Roar, I. 2. 3: l'ncle Fred Iflils By. 2: Nleel . In Sl. Louis. 2: Alice In IVOIIIICYILIIICI, II. IIOROIHY KO 'l'RAfjunior Clussicul League. 2: Cuesan Cluh, I. IIIQLEN KRON-SIDZIIIISIIcIIllIJ.2,fQ ': A 1 . ,Z.,I: -- , I " ' I' f . ' s. 2, .I: II Chorus. I II: GAA., I. 2. .I, II.inxI. I, 2, .X clllblll 'I'iger's Roan: 2: QJPUIICIIRI. I. XVIII IVXXI KIICHERA-Yarlional Honor Socielx, 2, II: Sluilenl Helen Kron Council. I, 2: Discussion Clulm. l. 2: Science Cluh, I. 2. II: Czleszu' , Milli? KIIIIIWII DUVUIIII' KHOISIH1 fs. Ig. . cs.-nu., 1 Cluh I: Drzunu Cluh, l. 2: VIIIICSPIZIIIS, 2, 3: Alpha Ili-Y. 2. II: lluk Z I Orchcsui I I I Buul I I I Suin5Buul I 9 I . . 4: , ,,,.., K Nlaulrigul Group. 2. II: A Chorus, I, 2. II: ligcrs Ronny I, Z. II: Operellu, l: llncle Ifreil lflils III. 2: Klee! Nle In Sl. Louis, Alice ln Wonmlerlzincl, II: junior Rol:u'izin, EI. lDIiLORliS LAIJLIIC-Iishers Cluh, 2: Hi-Teens, I, II. II.-XRREL L.-INDI' Wrestling. I. 2. II: Truck. I. elen Larson john Leurke IIonilu Leline Williznn Kucheru Delores Lzullie IIzn'reI LIIIIKI6 HELEN LXRSON-Spzinish Cluh, I: Science Cluh, 2. fI: Draunu Cluh, I. II: Hi-'I'eens, I, 2. II: II Chorus. I. j0HN LIQNIKIQ- Sllltllilll Council. II: Alpha Hi-Y. I. 2, II. IIOXIIIX LEVINE- Quill :ind Scroll 2, SI: XIIIIUIIIII Honor Soiieiy. 2. II: .-Xh L11 Hu Su. 2. II: Tiger. II: Speech IICSIIIIII, 2, EI: Drzuuzr Cluh, I. 2, II: Thes- pnnis, 2, II: Hi-Teens. 2. II: Represenlzuixe Council 2. 3: II Chorus. I: 'I'iger's Roar. 3: I'roin CUIIIIIIIIICL' Chzlirnuln. 2: junior Rell Cross, 2: fIIII'ISlllIIIS I'lzry, I. CAROL l.lNlIlil,I,-Quill :incl Scroll. 2, 3: Xzuionul Honor Society. 2, II: .Xh I.u Hu Sal. 2, 3: Tiger. II: Speech Ifeslixul. 2: Sluclenl Council, II: Cnesau' Cluh, I: Drauuu Cluh, I. 2. II: 'I'hes- pizins, 2. II: Hi-Teens. I. 2. II: OI'L'IICSII'il, I: NIIILIVIQIII Group, 2, II: A Chorus. 2, 3: II Chorus. I: 'l'iger's Roar, II: l'ncle Ifrecl Flils IIy. 2: Nleel Nle In Sl. Louis. 2: Alice In Wonclerlauul, II. RIT.-X Ll'KIiSYSpeech lfeslirzil. II: SIIICICIII Council, II: junior Clzrssicul Leaxugue, 2. II: CIIICSQII' Cluh. I: l'shers Cluh, 2, II: llrzunzi Cluh, 2: III-'Al eens, I, 2. 3: Senior l'IXCt'lllIYB Council. II: 'l'iger's Roar. 2. II. john Liclke Carol Linilell Rilil Lukes S.-XR.-'IH IA SNL-Spxuusli Cluh, II: .X Chorus, EI: II Chorus, I CAROLINE NIACHACEK-Quill zuul Scroll, 2, II: Nzuionul U V I Honor Socielx, II: .Xh L21 Hu Su. 2. 3: liver. II: Lilmrzux Cluh, 2: NIIWIII IAVIIC' f'f"'0I'I'C Mi'I7hi'I'Ck IIHIII xI3'III0" Cues: lr Cluh, I: llshers Cluh, I, 2, II: Hi-'I'eens. I, 2, II: Xlzulrigil Group, 2, II: .IX Chorus, 2. II: II Clrorus, I: Class Ollicer. II: Seniior Executive Council, II. Rl"l'lI M.-XDSOX-Xnlionul Ilonor Soii . . . . A A eu, II: Cuesair Cluh, I: Drzunzr Cluh, l. 2. 3, Hi-leens. I. 2. II: I liens Ron I Clnisunls l'ln I Represenlzuive Council, I: ' "j"',' 1 ', I: I :J xl jli.-XNINE Nl.-XllIliNfScience Cluh, 2. II: l'shers Cluh, 2. II: Ili Teens, I. 2. II. IIARIIAR.-X NIAINS-I-Ii-Teens, I. 2. II: G.A..'X.. I. SENA Nl.-X'l'HEWSfFrem:I1 Cluh, 2, II: Spanish Cluh, I: Sci: J Cluh, I, 2, II: Drama Cluh, I. 2: Hi-Teens, I. I.. II: GA..-X., I. jennine Nliriilen B:u'h:n':r Nlaiins Sena Nlauliews Page 37 U , V "?I55g3'g?:r E- .- '- '- 5: A A I I " I .,,.,, """' I -- V 1, -':----' . ...., J ..,,. ..,,. , K 2. I X' Q . 53.3 -3 gk, L. L F 14 P' Y X .iv Na ,Mi M .- .... -I' . I U - - Darrell Mauser Robcrl Miller l'eler Xlondecl DAllRIiI.I. IXIEVSIQR-l'llotograpl1i' Club. I. 2: Cheerleader. lg Drama Club. l. 2: Iliespians, 2, 33 Wrestling. 2: Track, lg Or- t"IISSll'll. 2. 25: lianil. l. 2. EI3 Swing Bancl. I, 2. 3, A Chorus. l, 2, II: 'l'iger's Roar. l, 2, 31 Operelta, lg Uncle Fred Flils By, 23 Meet Nle In Sl, I.ouis. 2: Alice In YVonderlanml, 3. ROBERT MIL- LER-Pliolograpliy Club, 35 Drama Club, I, 25 Thespians, 2, 3: Wrestling. lg Alpha I-Ii-Y, lg Bela Hi-Y, 2, A Chorus, 2, 3: 'I'iger's Roar. 2, Ilnclc Fred Iflits By, 2: Meet Me In Sl. Louis, I. PETER NlOND1iIiL-Student Council, 33 Orcheslra, I, 2, 31 Band, l, 2, fl: Swing Band, 33 Nladrigal Group, 3: A Chorus, l, 2, 33 'l'iger's Roar, 3: Opcrelra, I. lflllill NlON'l'liI-Baseball, lg Basketball, lg Alpha Hi-Y, 2, 3. Fred Monlei Roger Naylor Dora Nelson LOIS NELSON-Drama Club. I: I-Ii-Teens, I, 2, 3: A Chorus, 2, EI, B Chorus, I3 'I'iger's Roar, I. 2. fi. I,ORE'l"I'A NELSON- I.ibrary Club, 2: Drama Club, 25 Hi-Teens. I, 25 Diversilied OCIZIIIJHIIOII, 3. NIARCICLLA NERAD-Drama Club. lg Hi- Teens, I. 2. ROGICR NAYLORA,-Xh La Ha Sa. 2, fl: Tiger. fig Sluclenl Coun- cil, 2, Basketball. lg Alpha Hi-Y, I. 2, 33 Orchestra. 1, 2. 35 Band. I, 2, 31 Swing Band, I. 2. 3: Tiger's Roar, I, 2, 3: junior Rolarian, II. DORA NELSON-G.A.A., 23 B Chorus. 2, Diver- siliecl Occupaiion, fl. Lois Nelson Loretta Nelson Marcella Ncracl MARION NIELSEN-Quill and Scroll. 2, 33 Ah La Ha Sa, 2, 3: Tiger. 3, junior Classical League. 2. 3: Caesar Club, lg I'shers Club, 2. fl: Drama Club. 2, 33 Hi-Teens, 2, 3. DAVID OCHS- Football, Ig llaskelball. lg Alpha Hi-Y, I, 2, LI: Bowling League. l. 3: I'-aselmll. Ig Dixcrsilied Occupation, il. Donna Olsen Joan Olson Loring Olson s ' S 55 3 I .... W . EI, 1 W . I . . .. I Sylvia Olson Truman Olson Paul Oppegarcl Page 38 Marlon Nielsen Cordon Nordaune David Ochs DONNA OLSIEN-Spanish Club, lg Drama Club. 2, 31 Hi-Teens. I. .IOAN OLSON-Hi-'I'eens. I. 23 B Chorus. I. LORINC OLSON-Ifoolbzill. 2: AVl'CSlIIlIg. 2: Alpha Hi-Y. I. 2, 33 Band, I, 2, II: A Chorus. I, 2. 33 Alice In XVonderIznnl, 3. SYINIA OLSON-Ah Lu Ha Sa. 2. fl, Tiger, El, Spanish Club, lg Ilraxna Club. l. 2, 33 Hi-Teens, I. 2. 3: ll Chorus, l. TRVNIAN OLSON-I9.l-LA., l, 2, fl, I'AI'L OI'l'ECARD-Sluclenl Council, II. LEOL,-X l'ALNlE-Drzunit Club, 2: Hi-Teens. l. 2. 3. LOIS l'AI,MliR-GA..-X.. l: Ditersilietl Ocrupzttions, 33 Ollice Help. 2. L.-XVONNE PARKS-Stutlent Cluunril. 23 Clieerletuler, l. 2. 33 Drznnzt Club. fl: Hi- leens. l, 2. 33 C.A..'K., 3: .X Clluzrus. 2. 33 B tlborus. l: 'l'iger's Rtutr. 33 Queen nl Hearts, fl. NIARII-I l'AYNli-Hi-'l'eem. I, KENNETH l'l-ISTORIOITSJ F.F.A., l. 2. 3: llzuul. l, 2. MARION JANE l'lTIiP1RS1iX- l'sberx Club, l, 33 Nlzulrig.gul Group. 33 .X Chorus 2. 33 B Leulzt Pztltne Lois Pztluier I.:tVonne Parks llliorus, l. Pttulinc Petersen Robert Petersen Beverly Peterson liltlon l'etermn Rusenutry Peterson llcrnauliene Pierce Sully Antlersnn, Run Lukea zuid Latr- oline Nlucliatcek prztetice their winter skating ztctitities. Nlztrie Pztrne Kenneth Pestorioux Nlznrion -IZIIIC Petersen I'.'XL'LlNli PETliRSEXAHi-'l'eens, l. ROBICRT l'E'l'liRSEN -Bztslaetlmll, 13 .-Xlpltat Hi-Y. l. 23 Bztsebatll, l. BICYERLY I'E'l'liRSEN-Science Club. 2. Il: Hi-Teens. l. 23 Diversified Occupxttion, fl. ELDON l'ICTERSON-lfoolbztll. l: 'l'l'1ll'li, l3 Bowling League. 2. ROSICNIARY Pl'l'l'ERSONvlJt'utnzt Club. fl: Hi-Teens. l, 2. 3: G..-X.,-X.. 33 Bowling League, 33 Buntl, lg A Clborus. 2. Fl: ll Clturus. lg Olliee Help, 2. Ei. BERXADINE PIERCZE-Nittionztl Honor Society. 33 Student llotnicil, 23 junior Clzissitttl League. 2. 33 Cueszn' Club, l3 Ushers Club, 23 Drutnn Club, 1,23 Hi-Teens. 2. 3. Page 39 Nl.-XRCELLA lllliillflli-Slllllfflll Council, l: Spanish Club, l Drznnai Club. l, 2: Hi-Teens, l, 2. 33 G..-X.,-X.. l. 2, 3, Xlzulri l-, Group, 2, 31 A Chorus, 2, 3: B Chorus. l. EUGENE PR.-XNT NER-A Chorus. l. 2. 3. NIARJORIE QL'AMiI.iln'u1'y Club. l'shers Cluh, 2, 3: Hi-'l'ccns, 3. xi. -1-in is - v-1 - xii f or Rivssizri. R.fXS5lllS5liN-'l'r:irk, 1. 2. ROBERT Rami-Four 'M ' 'me 'hw' ""mC' "lout -um' bull. lg ICFA.. l. 2, ES: Band. lp A Chorus. lg Opercllu, l. -IOHX RENIMEI.-Bnskclbaill, I: llziselmzill, l. KIEAXNE ROBIN- l SON-Drzunu Club. l, 2. fig Hiflccns. l, 2. fig C..-X..-X.. l, 2, 3: llunnc Rannselh Russell Rasmussen Robcrl Rec-il Enjoying unc ol' lhosc Klllllll7Cl'lC4S slumber pzirlics :irc Carol Ellingson, Bnnilu Levine, .Icunnc Cziclv. Donnzi Wullf :ind Ruth Nlzidson. I?-mvling Langue, 83 B Chorus, lg Tigcr's Roar, El. HENRY l Rl'l5Ll-I-Suulcin Council. l: Alphzi Hi-Y, l. 2, 3: l7,l"A.. l, 2, Il: junior Rolziriani. El. VIRGIL RY.XX-Football, lg liziskelbzlll, l, 2, 33 Alpha Hi-Y, l 2, 33 Bowling League. l. 23 Bzlsehalll. lg SlilgC Crew. l. WIL Ll.-XXI RYAN-l'llOl1ltLfl'1lIJlll' Club. l. 2, 33 Audio-Visual Club, l I-oolbzill. lg Coll, l, 2, 35 liuskclbzill, l, 2. fig Alpha Hi-Y, l, 2. 3. ROBERT SCHMIDT-Speech Festival, 2, 31 Slllilflll Council, l'h0tcgraJl1v Club l ' ' ' 1 I . . 2, 3, ClllCCl'lCZIllCl', 2, 39 Drama Club. l, 2, 33 'lillCSPlLlllS, 2, 35 'l'iger's Rozir, flg Nlcel Nlc in Sl. Louis, 2. Page 40 -loin Rcmnlcl jcznnic Robinson Henry Rublc Virgil Ryan William Ryan Robert Schmidt William Sflllllll Marcia Seyinour Lchloinc Skall WILLIANI SCiHllI,lli!-Slllllflll Council, I: Football, I, 2, 3: lflliklilllllll. I: Alpha Hi-Y. 2, 3: Track, 2: Bowling League, I. LENIOINE SKAFF-Foulhall Manager. 2. PAITI. SKOPHANIXIliR-Speech Fcsliial. 3: SllIll8lll Council, 3: I'iOlllll1lll, I. 2. 3: Tennis. lg Baskethall. I, 2. 33 Alpha Hi-Y, I, 2, fi: Iirack. l. 2. fl: Slumlenl Council Presiclenl. 3: Boys' Slillff Rcp- l'CSCl1IllIlYC. 2: junior Rolarian. EI. Nl.-XY SLAGLE-Hifl'een5, 3: Paul SIQOPIIZIHHIIEI' May Slagle Warrc-n Slagle Sleeping? Dave Yukicl, Pere Yclchnan. Darrel Laude. jack Dale and Virgil Ryan. Oflice Help. 2: Iinlcreml lrom il4l'lll'0. Iowa, I. WARREN SLAGLE -JXIILIIO-VlYllill Club. 2. 3: Emered from Truro. Iowa. I. GARY SKII'IIH-.Xmlio-X'is1l:il flnh. I. 2. 3: Fuullnall. I: Ilouling Lcayuc. l. 2. EI: Bawchall. I. NI.-XRl.IiNIi SORICNSON-Quill and Scrmil. 2. 3: .Nh La Ila Sa, 2, fl: Tiger, 3: Speech l'iCSllI'1ll. 3: SIlIllClll Council, 31 Spanish Club. I: Drama Cluh, 2, 3: Hi- Icons. I. 2. 3: KL,,fX.A.. l. 2. fi: I5 Chorus. I: Prom Cuinmitlec Gary Slllllll Nlurlclw SOYCIISON Charles Squires cilmirmun, 2. CHARLES SQl'lRliS-Suulenl ummm-il. lg Gulf. 1. Sue Slcil Colcne Stephan William Stone 2: BllSlLCllliIll, I: ,Xlpha Hi-Y, I. 2, fl. SL la Sllzll.-Spcccll Ilcsnxal. 5: Lacsan' Clnh, I: Ilranna Cluh, 1. I L. 3: Ihcspians. 3: Hi-Teens, I, 2, fl: C..'X..X.. l. 2. 3: A Chorus, 2. EI: B Chorus, I: 'I'iger's Roar. 2. COLENE S'I'1iI'HAN- llrznna Club, 1: Hi-Teens. I. 2: I3 Chorus, l. 2. WILLIAM S'l'ONE-'I'rafI4, 1: Nladrigal Group, 3: A Clmrns I, 2, 3: OlJCl'CllLl, l. , Page -ll IOHX SI l'R'IlfN:llimniI Ilonrn' SINICIX. fl: Spcccli Fvslixzil. I. L3 ' ' ssion Club, l. 2: l'lmu'gruplix Club. l. 2: Spanish Cllnb. 1 1 1 . - cc. l, Lg llrznnaa Club. I. L: Iliespiainm. l. L1 .Xlpbzi Hi-Y. ' ' ' ' "y 1 L.f:: I 's.I.2.3:'I'igcr'S Rozir. 2. fl: Opcrellzi. I: l'roin lluminillcu Clliziirnizui, 2: llnclc I-'real Iflils lh. 2: Nlccl NIC In Sl. Louis. 2. GORDON SWARIJ- sllltltlll Council. Eli IIIIOIUQIIIIDIIX Club. I. 2. fl: llrzunn Club, 53 lionling Lcxigne. I. 2: .X llliorils. II: Alice In Womlerlzincl. 3. I'1.'XRB.XIlX "I'lilfI7-Frcnrll Club. 2. fig C114-sail' Club. l: Di-znngi Klub l I, Ili-Iucnx. I, 2,153 G,.'X,.X.. II: 'I igcl"w Roni. 2. -l"l"' Nm" l""'l"" SMHI B"'l""" TU' czuzol. 'rnoxiifsox-,xii 1.11 in si., 2. 5. rigor. fi. spanish Cilub, I3 Drzinm Kllnb. l. 2: Hifl'c-Qui, l. 2. 3: G..X..X,. I1 l'igei"s Roan. 2. II. DONALIJ 'I l'IONIl'SON-Spcerli lfesliuil. 3: Sc-nimn I'lXC4'lI1IIC flonnril, flg F.l'..X.. I. 2. fl: Clam Olliccr. fi: junior irizln. 3. Nl.XRCL.XRIi'l' IllOMl'SOX-'I'ip1cr. 3: Speech Fus- I . J. - 1 I . , . L . , , -2 ', 2 Y. -, Hi-Iccns, l. L. El: 'I'igL'rR Roar. L. II: Cllnislinzn llziy, l: Class Olluxi. I. Carol Tllompson IIUIIRIILI 'IIIIUIIIPSOII Allllglllfl Ilnunpson LZ.-XROI. lIlRf,kfSIJ1llIINIl Club. I: lJr:nn11Clnb. l. 2. flg I'Ii-Icem, l 2 fl' Bznul I 2 'S' -XK'l1o1us 2 'I' IS Ciliurux l' Clirixuxixis 1, . 2 4, . .-..: -ai. Club. l. 2. 3: Ili-Teens, l. 2. fi: Bowling League. 2. fl: I5 Clliorlls. Cigirul line limi-rlx Trncvlcll .Xnlis -Iilfl I: 'I.lf1'Cl"S Roan: 2. Il: Pmni fl0llllIlIlIC6 Cliniinizin. 2. .XRIIIS TRYIII'ICN-Drznnzi fllnb, 2: lfli-'I'ecni, I: G.,X..X.. l. '1'WYLI,.-X X'.-XNDLQRAIAl'li-lJ1'gnnL1 Club, l, 23 IIi?I'ccns. I, 2, Ilg Olllcc Help, I: Divcrsllicll Ucuipailioii, 3. LICROY VAN PROOSIIX?l'ln1lugr1ipl1y Club. I. 2: Fuullizill. l. 2: 'l'l'1i4lx. II: Oxrlicsmi, lg liznnl, l. 2, 35 Swing liuncl, II: Nlzuclrigzul Gmiip. fl: A Chorus. I. 2, 3: 'l'igc1"s Ruzuy fl: UIJCIYJIIQI. I: Class Oilincr. Il. LAVONNE VAN RYSWYK-lkllers Cllub. I, 2. il: I'Ii-TL-env. 2. il. Twxllu Yznnlcinlznc I.0R0y Yun Prommly l,ziYnnn0 Yun Lcxning llic bigb SLIIUOI :nc Nlnrilxn llcmlrickson Lind Nlikc Slxupliznnnicxx Page 42 l'E'l'ER VELDMANfFootball, 1, 2, El: Wrestling, l, 2, 3: State Wrestling Champion, 3: Alpha HiAY, 2, 3: Track. l. 2. 3: Senior Executive Council. 3: King of Hearts, 3: Class Ollicer. 3: junior Rotarian, fl, I.OlS VON BERG-Spanish Club. l: Science Club, 2: Hi-Teens. 2, 3: GA..-X., 2, 3: Bowling League. 2, E51 Orchestra, 3: Band. 1, 2, 3. GRACE WASMOEN-Caesar Club. 2: Drama Club, l. 2, 3: lhespians, 3: Hi-Teens, 2, 3: Orchestra, l: Maclrigal Group, 2. 3: A Chorus, 2, 3: ll Chorus, l: Soloist, 2. 3: 'liiger's Roar. 2. 3: National Honor Society. fl. Peter Velthnan Lois Yon Berg Grace Wasnioen JIZRALD W1-INDIELBOE-A Chorus. l. 2. El. VIRGINIA WICSIY LAND-Hi-Teens, 2. WILMA WILDEMAN-Drama Club, 2: Hi-Teens, 3. Ronald YYillaclsen Richard YVilliamson Dolores NVogen Donna XVolll Ronald XVOoclsicle Belly YVrigl1t NIYLLLS WINJK'M-Football, 2: Alpha Hi-Y, 1, 2, ll, DAVID YOKIklLflfootball. l, 2. 35 Wrestling. 2: Alpha Hi-Y, l. 2. El: Track. 2, Fl. Jerald xVCllLlt'iDOC Virginia XVestland xvlll11ZlXvllllClll1lll RON.-XLIJ WILLADSEN-.Xiulio-Visual Club. l. 2, Il: Bowling League. 2. DOLORES WOGILN-Quill and Scroll. 2, 3: Ah La Ha Sa, 2. 3: Tiger, 3: l'shers Club, l, 2, fl: Drama Club. l, 2: Hi- Teens, l: GA..-X.. l: Senior Executive Council. 3: Nlatlrigal Group. 3: .X Chorus, 2. Il: ll Chorus. I: 'l'iger's Roar. l. 2 ,IL DONNA WOLFF- Ah La Ha Sa, 2. El: Tiger. fi: Caesar Club. l: Drama Club, 2: Hillieens. l, 2, 3: G..-X..-X., l. 2, fi: l'rorn Coin- ll1lllCC' Chaiitnan, 2: Oilice Help, 3. RONALD WOODSIDE- Baseball, l. BliT'l'Y WRIGHT-Ollice Help. fi: Speuh Festival. 2. 3: Science Club, l: llraina Club, l, 2, 3: lhcspians, 2. 3: Hi-Teens. l. 2: UA..-X., l: A Chorus, 2, fi: B Chorus. lg 'l'iger's Roar. I. 2, 3: Nleet Nle ln St. Louis, 2: Alice In Wonderland. 3. Myles Winjum David Yokiel Page 43 Stopping lo l'CSl before leaning for the jlnlim'-senior' prom. xIIll'i0Il Yoemans und 'lknn Donoxun lnnk forwzml l0 the fun und CXUICIDUIII of :han il11IJUl'llllll night. Page 44 Discussing plans for the junior-senior banquet and prom are class oflicers: Grotenhttis. Bussman. Hoflztrtlt and jensen. I.ois was also selected as Girls' State representative this year. Juniors Pave Way to a Happier Day The theme, "Storybook Ball", was used by the juniors in the annual spring prom and banquet. On Friday, April 27, the juniors and seniors donned their pretty spring formals and coats and ties for an eve- ning of eating, dancing and having lun. Mr. ,-Xl Menke's orchestra was the spotlight ol' attraction in the boys' gymnasium on the festive occasion. One of the highest awards a junior girl can receive is to be chosen Girls' State representative. This year the lucky delegate was Lois Bussntan. Lois has al- ready gained recognition in her work as junior class secretary and An LA HA SA editor-in-chiell Elected as her alternate was lVava Hagen. Girls' State is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and is held in order to study the dillerent phases of government. Minnesota Girls' State is staged for a week at the state fairgrounds. Mrs. M. XV. Knoblauch serves as dean to the girls. I l'Vitli Miss Blanche Benson as their adviser, the junior class elected Paul Grotenhuis and Carl .lensen to be president and vice president, respectively. Lois Busstnan records minutes as class secretary while Audrey Holfarth handles the linancial duties. The busy juniors have sponsored many programs yduring the year. To start the year oil they held their annual pie social january 20. This night found the boys buying the pies, baked by the girls, at an auction held in the girls' gymnasium. Playing in the junior-senior basketball game Feb- ruary 9 were boys not on the varsity team. The jun- tor ICHIII lost the game. 45-34. Picking the popular comedy. "Cheaper by the Dozen", for their annual class play, the juniors pro- duced a hit with full houses both nights. Each of the characters dyed his hair a bright shade ol red for his part as one ol' the large family. The play was pre- sented to the public February 24 and 26. "Tom Sawyer", "Little Orphan Annie", "Gravel Gertie" and "Popeye, the Sailor" are good examples of the fictitious names used in the blind date dance, March 30. After giving their false names and ttnani- lmous addresses to the boys, the girls waited for a ride to the dance with their blind date. There they en- joyed dancing together to the music ol' Mr. Rollo Sis- sell's orchestra. The dance was sponsored in the hopes ol' getting more juniors and seniors to meet. Page -15 Row l: Mcisscnbzlltcr. A, Pclcrson, Mcbus. Porter. Lukcns Lxsnc. Bok. Nl. Peterson. Nldiimlis. Prosser. Recd, Montel. Row 2: l'ril1uml:1, Mnngskaeu. Mzxlsuu. Nordaulne. Nlillcr. bllllllil l RUYZIIIQ, I.. NL-lsun. Szlnburn. li. Pclersuu. Xl'IUL'll, Norlou. Row fl: B. Olsun, Olixiu, Nliclkc. bl2ll'llllQOIly Nlorrcim. X. Nelson l'2lCOVhlif'. R. Olson, Rczmlun. S, Nelson. Nlelcnllc, Dunn. Mul- rlown. C. Nelson, Minor. Row 4: B. Nelson. Morsclh. Rosnow Rickbeim. Robinson. Bueller. Loper, R. Pelcrsun, Reese, Nielsen Lllffflll. Robb. Norclluucl, Quinn, Pvlerson. Rencbin. Ron 5: l'zu'ks. D. Nelson. Nluxwcll. lllllllCl'. R. Olson, I.. Olsun. Xlzxlcpsy 1 I'. Nelson. R. l. Nelson. Nlocn. Kline-zu: KL. Olsun. l'ONlllllIl1ll5 N1:msol1. Rcid. Class of l952 Sponsors Blind-date Ball Row l: Sykes, Wick. SlllllCk, Winjun1.Sls:llT, Simunson. XValer- Schneider, Tl1IllllIlS, Wilbs. N. Sclnnidl, D. Sclnlcimler. Nl nlzln. St'llilClll'l'y Snrlicn. Slcxcns. Row 2: Wedge. Tollefson, Schmidt, G. Sorensen. 'l'rz1sk. Yan Beck. Wnnclwurcl. Warner Suukscn. Slorvirk, J. XX'ull'l'. Wzlcllolr, Sullivan. xvillllll, Young, SpringlJorg. Yocmnns. XVZIBIIC. Row 5: Tennyson. Willmcrl I, Skzunz xvCSlC0ll. Row 3: M, L. Tllmnpsony CI. Scvcrtson. Yercloorn, 'llI'llgSliKl. sflllllll. 'l'llo1'gcsuu. Yiclze. Wuugeu. .I Sliclcr. 'lIn'olsnn.Willils. SGNIIIOIIIQSIJIIIT,R.SNX'1'l'lYCll.Sl1IllLgl1lCl'. Sliilllll Xvfhlflllll, Yznulcr Slmoln, Yzlrlzlucl. Wbilrmnb. lbcrlc 'l'eu's. Silnnn, Sullivan. Rolu' l: C, Sorenson, XVbilc, Voshcck 1 - Row I: Carrisalcz, Bjerke, Dolan, Bettner, Fligge. Andresen Folie. Draaycr. Deal. Axelsun. liarl. Row 2: Dale. Clough Cruven. Erickson. Flim. Carroll. lileiclnvelll. Busslnan. Clrapman Dahl, Burns. I.. Anclcrson. Ciranc, Arncson. Row fi: M. Dahl Bickforcl, Donovan. Bcrglunml. Dirksen, Frccmoll, Dcllaad. 171 Dahl, Ashpolc, Fcrnelius, Borchardl, Duggan, Bjcrke, Berd. Eiclahl, Delgado, Bachllc. Row -I: Brors. Bakke. Demon. Erpen- hach. lluclkc, lilafk. G. Clmrislcnscn. Fink. lirmvxl. Al. Christensen. llalxcr, llovcli. Precedent to the Annual Spring Prom Ron' l: M. li. crclcc. E. enscn, Hagen. Hicks. Holfarlh. Horner, .l J . Dislacl, C. klcnscn, Hull, Grinolmls, -lorgcuson, Hoync, Xl. j Ierflcc, Alcuscn. .-X. xlensen. Row 2: LCC. Lcwerke. Hoclscher Gaelic, Gilhcrlsnn, H9lilCl!1llll, Frcidman, Frondal. I.. johnson. Drcyvr. l:I'lll. Haugland. sl. F. Kelly. Hoyt. P. Kclly. Nl. -lcn son. Row fl: A. Gunderson. Kalslad, H. Hanson. Gold. G Gunderson. Larson. S. Johnson. K. Knutson. R. mlcnscn. Hcllie. loncs, R. Hanson, Homer. Henriksen, Lenz. Kilcrnnc. C. Hanson. X. -Icnncn. Row 4: HZllhClll. ll. Knutson. Crulcnhuis, Lindell. I.ewis. D. ulcnscn. Hcclslrmn, Gruhe, Lee, Haley. Greeno. johnson. Hagmanu. Page Allired in typical Sadie Hawkins costumes. Carol .IRIIISOH :incl Terry Crowley were Iwo oi' thc P2lI'liCiP1IlllS in thc zmnuzil sophonmrc sponsored Sadie Hawkins Day dance. 'nge -18 Sophomores Open Senior High Doors Beginning their lirst year in senior high school, the ambitious sophomores soon adjusted themselves and began to play a part in student activities. One ol the lirst duties ol' the class was to elect its officers to lead them through the year. Alter hling lor their respective ollices, those who were elected were: Terry Crowley, presiclenlg Don Casey, vice president: Carol Janson, secretaryg and Rita XVilley, treasurer. Miss Alice Gammel, their class adviser, was ready to assist with any problem ol dif- liculty during the year. There are many worthwhile activities to take part in upon entering senior high school. Sophomore girls were introduced to the I-Ii-Teens Club, which they could join with junior and seinor girls. B chorus was another group, which was made up entirely of sopho- more girls. lfF.X and Audio-Visual Club were some ol' the clubs ollered exclusively for boys. I SOPI-IOXIORE OFFICICRS: Terry Crowley. presitlcnlg Carol -Ianson. vice president: Rita Willey, secretary: Ilon Casey. treas- urer. Rollin Connly. jerry Hart, Roger Nlangskau. Irwin I-Ientlrickson, Roger lVangen and Don Rye formed the chorus line that performed at the class party. Trausforined into the mysterious and intriguing background ol' A"l'reasure Island", the girls' gym was the scene ol thc annual sophomore class party. Green and yellow streamers covered the ceiling, while murals ol' pirates, their loot and a map ol' Treas- ure Island decorated the walls. Artificial palm trees and a treasure chest placed in the room also helped create the desired atmosphere. The program lor the evening was presented by members ol' the class with Bill Bridley acting as master ol' ceremonies. Included in the program was Anita Samudio's accordion solo, two vocal solos by Ardella Hanson and Rollin Connly, a boys' chorus line and a skit portraying pirate lile. Dance music was lurnishecl by the high school Swing Band. Only the students who had paid their class dues ol' 50 cents were admitted the party. Page 49 Run l: Al'llllIlllSUI1, Cloxmverse. Bakken.Byhce. Becker, Cunning- Eisenlxisc. Row 4: Clonlcv. Darff. Allen Donman. Brancl . U 1 V ham. Ciulslrup. Bunnerup, flallahan. Dnhey. Row 2: Pn'oskoll'. Bailey. Dudley. Casey. Clonnly. Draayer. flrznn, l3:n'I1. liergen, nl. .xllQlCIkSUll. KZ. Anclrescn. l'. .fXmlerS0n, Bachllc. Carlsrm. Alun, Bzzkken. Cowling. Exams, Iflznna-ss. Aslupnle, flilllf. Row 5: Folie. lirna. K. Baker. llollnnn. Davison. Cornelius, linersun. Ram' Il: Bclncncls. Aslesnn, I". llelshan. Benson. Dahl. Clrowleyv Carney. llehring, Bralmec. Corniek. bl. Baker. Browll, Ilulcy. Bciglmlcy. Brirlley. lfussnm. limun, R, lielslmn. Aasc, l,L'llllIlCl'N, Dnily. Bfllllll. limlwin. l"1'ic'lxe. lfolie. l5li1zn'cl.fIook.Y. .Xnclersnn, lhlrkarl, Balwey. U d l L F d t' St Ron I: Hamer, Huhhiclyrunken, Kauffman, Gnndm-sun, E. Her- Grasclalen. Hendrickson. Graff, Gencllcr. C. Hanson, Hellman, nnanson. R. Hanson. C. Janson. P. Jenson, Kaufmann. Nl, Jensen. Hart. l'. Hagen. O. -Iuhnsun, Hfflllilllll, Xl. johnson. .X. Hanson. Row 2: Hnrlclcslrwn. Kanppi. Fnllcr. Hangc. "lCll'll'l. HlIl1l1ll'llll. Kasper, jepson. Run 5: D. Hermansun. l-larms. Hngquist. llnlmer. Haunlwrg. HQ'1llllL'!', l'. xlHl1llNl'llll.B.,l0l1llSI'llll.H4JllCSCl12lll. Grahznn. CZ. rlensen, D. Hzunnnnncl. -lambs. lleaml. ll. Hume, O. Ron' fl: X. Hagen, N. ilolmsun. Hong. Goskeson, Halleli. Hover- Home. J. Hendrickson. I. l'lCl1lll'lLliSUll. A. nlensen. -I. Hxnnnmncl. sun. jaeolmsun. Gaarclcr. Hawkins. Gleason, Ilorclahl, C. ulcnson. Hrnex. -I. Hanson. 1 Higlmie. Herlh. Hellie. Row l: S. Hagen. lnlanson. clfltlllllllll. Row l: Lawson. Burns. Reim. Ovcrgaurrl, Kortl, Rcsnen. Kny- son, -I. NI. Nclxon. Olson, Pzinluon. Run' -li Mm: NI, Klukon. D I pcr. Pcrlcrsrni. E. Nelson. Ron' 2: B. Larson. Peterson. D. I.. Kinslcy, A, Lmllic. KlllIfllS0ll. I. l.zullic. M. lI'ICl'M'lI. Ranclull. Nelson, R. Nelson, CI. Nclwn. S, Nelson. IJ. nlolmnnsvn. Rznnmn. Knilers. Nlicliclsun. Rohinsuny S. nlohannsen. Rivera. .L Larson. I.ul1, Kri1cgr'r. Lcnl. Matson. D. E, Xclson. il. Il. Nelson, Ron l.nnclc. Quinn. Ricrson, A. Xelwn. Rim' 5: Rimlnusvn. Xurln. fl: D. I.:n4s0n. I.c:1l. D. Nelson, Rccd, NI. Rasmussen. I.. Nelson. Long. Al. l,ClL'I'M7ll, Rennes. R, Nlillcr. nl. Nlillcr, Nlinlrn. Nlaicrll. Ovcrlznnl. King. Nlungdiznn. Nlnvvr. Kinilson. Lcxiscn. ll. I., NCI- D. Klnkmv. Pzirry. xl1lIlll1f'l. H. Nc-Isun. Nlmlvn, H. l,ClL'l'SOIl. I I I Ol' Gil' tu IGS Cm Xfl'G-CLll'l'lCU CH' Ron' l: W. XVOIII. Szimnclio, XVik0rcn, Pollard. Shanks, Sonclcr Slllllll. Yinvk. l'. Ycncni. Run l: Wulll. Wcnclcl, Szihin. lonni- gnrd. Spicring. xvillll. Sflllllll. Ron' 2: XN'ilcy, O. Tovson, Som- son. -I. Wzingcn, I.. Wxnizi. Spnrr, Ryu Stzmrlil Schmidt. Sznnli-rn. nge, Sondrol. K. Schilling. SlllllYlll1.VCl1ClH1l. Rochon, Wnhlcrs, Thomas. Slzulhicm. K, 'lhrnnpsr:n. Toll, Wilrlcnmn. Run 5: P. Wullli. laipp, .L I.. Sorenson. Snlnm. Run' Il: Winiinn, Ynshcck, SlZllCl, bl. lhcnnpwn.Spi'L'ng1:i'.ll'cl1c1'.lYcinll.Wcvlxx, XYCSITIIIU, .-X. Sorcnwn. 'l'x-yncn. Willey, Slcinhznlcr. Yunclcn- Ruhlc. Slunlcy. R, Wzlngcn. IJ, Ric. Ycrhcy. Sicicllci, R. Smith. licnvcl, IS. Tmson. Nl. Ycnmn. N. Schilling. 1-1. xvylllil. 'I'lmrsnn, Shirk, Tool. E an llhhlllg llllllllgll llIC slurzlwxzn into IIIL' junior high imllool :Irv Nllllf I.0u1'y mul Phillip I,cc. lln-3 :arc cmlx lun ul lhc pupils than CIIICI' lUl'l1Igl1Cl' lC2ll'IllIlL1 :xml social uclivilics. gc' -H Junior High Offers Many ctiuities S'l'llDEX'I' CZOUNCZII. OFFICERS: llavicl Lar- son, Arlene Peterson. Constance Boxd and Phillip Lee are trying to solve one of the many problems that faced them. Upon entering' the junior high the students passed through one of the gateways of higher learning and social culture. There were many activities and clubs in which the students participated to gain experience, knowledge, sportsmanship and friends. The Mascjuers' Society of the Drama Club, under the direction of Miss I-Iildred Tennehill, presented three one act plays. Duggan Styve, David Larson and Larry XVolH' played the leading roles in "The Valiant", "The Shock of His Life" and "The Opening of the Door", respectively. The society also presented two assembly programs and another series of three one act plays. XVith Miss Dorothy Anderson as their adviser, the journalism class edited the junior Hi-X'Vays. Co-edi- tors of the paper were .leanette X'Vong and jerry Throlson with Arlene Peterson as editorial page edi- tor, Virginia Narverud, feature editor, Charles Bos- acker, editor of the sports page: and .Indy Dusek, cir- culation manager. The stall' along with their report- ers met three times a week and published the edition every three weeks throughout the school year. Other clubs and events such as the Camera Club, GAA, Service Club and the sunlight socials helped the students to get better accjuainted with each other and the faculty members. Through these activities the boys and girls were greatly influenced in their future school and social lives. During the year the sunlight socials held for the seventh, eighth and ninth grades were sponsored by various clubs, organizations and homerooms. Records were usually used to provide music for the dancing but the senior high swing band played at a few of the social aliairs. The students were able to learn danc- ing techuitjues and etiquette. David Larson, Phillip Lee, Constance Boyd and Arlene Peterson were elected to preside over the Stu- dent Council meetings. The council has taken an active part in the school curriculum. Homeroom meetings were held from 9:l0 ,x.si. to I0 .x.xt. every XVednesday morning with the Student Council repre- sentative reporting all information obtained at the council meeting. At the end of the first semester, new homeroom ollicers were elected so as to give more students an opportunity to preside over meetings and to strengthen their leadership ability. Many of the jttnior high girls joined the Service Club during the year. The members of the clttb were under the direction and guidance of Miss livelyn Ben- nett. .-Xiding thc faculty is the main objective of the organiaztion. The students' most helpful service was the correcting of papers for the teachers. Every Tuesday after school the junior high GA.-X members participated in the numerous sports. Miss Donna I-Iiese was in charge of tl1e group. The sports included soccer, basketball, volleyball and softball. Page 53 Ron' l: ,Xl'IllSlI'0llg, llilling. M, Anderson. Dcmpewnlf, L Clhrxstcnscn. Boyd, lirnlmec. lllllllblll. B. .'xllKlCl'W0ll, Dialznd. BllllCl', AITCII. Dnsck. Brzrrkcy. Buwnmn, Ron' 2: Bighlcy. Clark, B Bergen, IJ. Clll'lSlCIlSOll. Bergen, l'. Crouch. Acoxlzl, Brown, H Anderson. V. Cizrrlson. V. lirzrncl, Bzlkkcn. Ilohonck. Bussman, Uernnier. line. Burns, Berg. Row 3: Brnu. Conell. Dirksen. Booth. Bosackcr. Aske. Butcnlroll. D. Anderson. Bcrgcrson. S .-Xrnlcrson. Comcrsc, Carson, Carlsen. Brandt, llurncll. Halle Becker. Cinllarlnnl. Row -l: Cllll'lNl0lJllCl'SUl1. H. Brznul, Delgado Bllllllfll, V, Cllrislcnsen. Arthur, Conlaul. Corrigan. Clausen. .-X. Amlerson. 'lf Cllristensen. Earp, Ahern. Belxrcndi. Dahl. inth Grade, Leaders of Junior High, Row I: I-long. R, Hanson, Kcncvzrn, Gnrrcll. S. llznlvorbon, Hollnmn, XV. nlcnscn, IZ, Hanson. C. jacolwsswn, Horning. NI. L. Hzlllcli. Grnnlmll. Row 2: Heine, Nl. Hanson. Gilpin, 'I I-lcndrirkson. KI, Hanson, Hcllic. Jepson, Grove, E. blcnsun. Flim Xl. ll, Hallcli. li. H. Jensen. R. Jacobson. .L G. johnson. A. lf' Hnnscn. Run' Il: B. Hanson. hloulnnnscn. Heather. li. jcnscn ll, ulcnvcn, Hcnrx. ll. I-Icnclrickson. Hcrlcndnl. Golbcrg. R. Hun- uon. Hooglund, Rennes, S. C. Halvorson. hlcrclcc, NI. A. Jordon, D. Hanson. Evans. Row 1: jncrs, Flnten, Foss, Iissc, R. john- son. L. ulcnscn, Ingvnldmon. R. Jensen. Gunderson NI. Jordon. Griswold. Hawkins. Hcmenwny. I'illSSlI1g. Gill, Jensen. C, Jen- son. Hcwilr. Row 5: Gillanxl. Hnrlgcrs, Ginkcl. Hayes. Keeler. orvenson. Haven. Folcx' R. cnscn Hncrnocllcr. R. ulxnson, . D Tw .7 . Y 1 Hr-1 Lua, jacques. Cuckcnlmrg. liricksen. 'jd Rmx' l: Nlrmmn. Nulzmzl, l.mvrx, Xcmcl. S. Olson. Neisl. li. sun. S. Nelson. Nnrvcrnd. Row -I: R. Nelson. Lukcn. ll. Lurscn. I'cle1'mn. Nnlylu, lb. l'ClCl'iUll. .L lla-tcrson, Row 2: Rusmusson. IJ. Lukcs. KllC'llH:.KlllllllSOl1. I.. Xclmn. RCQIICI1. Ii. Luka. NI, XI. l.chm:um, I.. limg. Klukmx. Nlzuugskuu, Oslln. I.:ullic. Pagan. Nelson. l.. Klukow. fJYCl'g1llll'll. l'cslurimms. l'irkl'onl, Palmer. O'I3yrnc, XI. I.. Nclwn. Nlourc. l'ic1'rc. Rem El: XICIIHN, N. Row 5: Norclzzhl, Nl1ll'llll. li. l'ClSI'5Cll, l'in-xsun. Nl, Nlucn. Olson. Lac, Nlocn, .X. RLINHIUSSCII, Klucmlcr, l.0lllCl'N. Xliwgcn, R. Lcscllclskc. OSll'IlllllCl', R. Kuuclson, Liml, NlUl'I'lClll, Oclms. Kzlll- Olson. l'l0Slllllll1llN. l'. King. Nliclkc. KllllCN0ll, Nurln. K. l'c-tel' lxcrg, Mzzllllics. U. Lzwsuu. Niue. l. k F d t D t' f S h Row l: Sulula. Yzm lillgl'lL'lllll'l'l,:. Szllrin. 5l'llllL'llll'l'. Sczlrlcs. ll. XVoml, Yurllol. R. Smith. XVOUll2ll'll. sflllllll, l7lscl1iIl. ll. xvltlllllllllll. Vcr1lm11'u. ll'UllSl1ltl. Zulu-I. 'l menu. Williunmsrm, I'lmn1pn0n, Vlxlllllllilllll. Simmum. XvlllIl1i'l'l. C. Ycr Hcx. Slunlcx. Skupllznnmwl. Slglllllqlll, Stoner. Wumleiclc, Willizumclwn, I'n- Sims, Springlxurg. Rulmlmins. Wznlalu. Rongxc-cl. xl. Rulxlv. Row I: alcrxxnucl. Rrmlmxx Row 2: 'lum.Sk:1ll.S1iclrlc1'. Wong. Wood. B. Ruhlc. Xl. Sorcnscm. llmmus, Sumlxe. Slzmck, Wulll. R. lr1lpp.Scl1micll. Ricmamu,Wzlll.Hp0llf.Slilcs.Rl1pp.YzmWilgen. Thompson. vl'l'0IlSl1lll. Ycncm. Skzmr. Slyxc. Schultz. Yolxicl. l'u1'lncsx. gL'XCl'lSUll. XI. Rolumls. Wucrllcin. Slllllll. Scl1uunrm'l.. Robinson. Scuscr. Nl, Tlmompwn, Struck. Wick. Rolmcrla, XK'uslu1'- Cl. Pierson, Ron fl: R. Rillllllllx I.. Surclxxun. Yollwucla. Sayles. gilllllll. 1 1 un-1 11-nina-an-Q. ff bwxh1 'H Not only school work, hut also ext1'a,ettt't'icttlzt1 activities kept the eighth grzulers busy. All stuclietl eourses in English, Aineriean history general science, lntlustriztl Arts or Home lic-ononiirs. lll2lll1Clll2lIlCh. art :incl pliysieztl etlurzuion. Partiripztting in the junior high hznul :intl chow runes. being representatives ol' the Student Council. merving in the Drannzt, Photogrztphy, Service and Press Clubs, ztntl pztrtztking in the nporm progrzun oceupietl their leikure time while rultivzuing their abilities. The eighth grzttle hoinerooins eontriliutetl to tl1e "Hzn'e-a-Heart" tlrive and helpetl lill ilnnior Real Cross hoxes which were sent to rhiltlren overseas. Serving as zulvisers lor the eighth grzulers were Miss Marjorie l'l2illhUll and Mr. Orly Burgess, who helpetl tnitltllenien solve educational ztncl vocational problems arising as they eagerly awaited their fresh- man year. .Xs a part ol their xerstce rluh uork l-'rauicis lifllll. Klart Lowry. Connie Boytl, Evelyn Jensen untl Dxtrlene Hentl- rickson. junior higherw. buwilx correct papers, Middlemen Diligently Study and Serve Row I: Butters. R. Andersen. Cox. Cirockett. lill, liclwzmlson. Berg. .'XlIllJl'Oi0ll, Anderson. K. B2lliCl'.fi1lSllIllilll, Nl. .L Antler- Iioerner. A. Gunderson. liznia, liutenholf. Iilztck. Clootlnmnsou. won. Ifriti. Row l: Bzlrhtle. liottelsun. Cnutners, lllynn. Xl. Clliristenson, Nl. .L Brown. Row 2: liurl. fIztrtnit'li1tcl. liooen, Uittluiiil, CI. Atklznul. lltoelnnke. -I. Bergluncl. fil2lylJ0lll'll. Gztvle. X. lit-rglauitl. Nl. I.. Antlersun. De Rzmtl. .Xumlrest-n. lleekortl. llugstxitl. Hull. Atlztnis, lizlkke. Rules. lirickson. R. Antlersen. Conner. Astse. A, linker, Clatllttglter. Convernc. Dahl. Grztstlztlen. l"l'lNl2lfJ,. Row 5: Nl. I.. Brown. Ilatrg. Blocker. lfrontlzul. Eckholl. Row fi: Iimutons. ligertwun. nl. Gunderson. lingel, H. Cliristiatnf llrowniatn, l'Szn'rett. lijoro. Guy. Bjorklznul. B. .Xrkl1nnl. ll. .Krin- sen, lisse. Clorniek. K. Arinstrong. .Xltn. llrill, lflzttiztgatii. S. Bron n. strong. liergerson. Cunuinghzun. Clrzun, Gilberthou, . Run I: HZllX'llI"lIIl, R Hansen. hlcrdee. I, ulenscn. O'NeuI. D. Olixzl. H, Nelsnn. G. Nelson. I. Nlxnlxrm. Lung. I.eilI:ul. Ron I: Iulnnmn. l'lUlIIIlllIl5l. kluxe. K. llemlrieksun. ll. plenxon. K. Nel- ll. jolmmn. R. Olson, liillelvon. R. -IUIIIISUII. Kerlnea. lilllll, l'. sun, Lewis. Run' 2: llc-uwmk. l'IOfl,LCl'lllll.1.CIIL. Ilennannson. Hel1Ll1'iL'lxsun. C. Olxen. R. Olson. Limluhl. R. llensen. Luge. .X. Nlzulson, Nelson. l'. Hanson, Hoiunl. Y, llemlriekson. Iverson. Jorgensen. R. plensen, Kllllrll. Kloe. Nielsen. Hiekey. Ilenrv. R. Nelwn. Miller. Kznuenlmcll, Il. -Iolnnsun. Il, Iulxnson, Row 5: Meyers. Murrisnn. Henry, NI. Hansen. Ilumlcllcswr. R. I. Nelson. Rfnx fl: R. -ICIISCII, S, I.:n's0n. li. I'l1lllSUlI. NZISSCII. llalnson. Kenlncr, Hzllsellm. R. Nelson. l,lcn1I,O. Olvnx. Luxerinlx. LJABIIIIIUII. l'. l.zn'sun. KILIIIICIIS, Huw. l.L'e, l'IZlySUII, Jensen. Klllllsllll. IILIYIJCIQ Y. l.11l'Sun, Krun. . I f' ' r' fB ' F h Run' I: X, Ralmlllll. S. Yllflllll. IJ, Pelexsun. Reed. Skalzll. R. IIIITJINUII. Rulleslanl. lfpin. Run l: Sunlxsen. Sc-llwu. IYICISUII. YUCIIIII. O, Slexens. Squires. XYCSICUII, W. Robinson. SIJIIILZL. Snenxon. Sme1'Imn.'l'. llelerfeln. Rulxn. li. I'elemmn. R. Pelexwen. I'nl'lI. Run 2: SKIIWQITI. l.. lllmnpson. Wulll. Pieru-. Person. Wininnn. K. 'I'lmmpsun. Srlmwn. N. Rznnlalll. I. I'c-rrin. I'm'u-1: Ski1n1er.X'rziggl. IS. lllolnpson. SI:1ler,Sykes, CI. I'e1'l'in. l'. Slllllh. Uquisl. PIIIIINUII. l'l:1l1. Olvpegnul. Run' 5: R. VIIIIIIHIINOII. ll. Skllghtfllll, I. 'I'Innnpsun. Ron 3: Renehin. CZ. Snrenwn. D, Hnrensun. Rmcull. 'l, Smith. Rule. Sloan. Pnllner. Rzulke. l'enzlxIl. Rolyinsun. Silnun. Selliell. Wong, RCIIII. Seeger. rl-L'I'IlI1lIll. Slncl- YLIIILICQVIII, XYCSIIXIIIQI, xxvlllllllll. Xvlllllllllg. l'mll'lnl. flfllltlllli Ileinm. Wznermam. Quiggle. LI. li, Pleisi. -I. I'. Pleiss. Cl, Pl'lCl'SK'll. Sllllllllfllll. R. Slmcns. . Row l: liitlzthl, Booth, yl. llatnson. Dauit-lsen, Grove, lierglund. Ifolkestzul. Alun, Clzuly, Brill, llrzttly, Greeno, liosacker, Clotltlancl. Ron' 2: G. Hanson, Doyle, C1ln'istianison. Hztuge. Ayers. ll. Antler- son. Greene, llztltlwin, Flztnagxtn. D. Christensen, Foss, Carlson. Beighley, Cox. Row fi: DeWolI', Grzthann. llzuniner, D. llatnson. E. NI. Entlerson. Heather. lfrontlztl. Crouch. S. Hanson. f:UlNll'llIJ. The lndustrious ilillfsc loui scientli grzulers Que registering for their enlttuitt' into junior ltigll selioul. llrey are Nlztrilyn Xllll. litluztrtl l.exine. Russell Sorenson and Paul lfoss. Page BS li. li. lintlerson. j. llanson. Bztuers. R. Hansen. Cooling, Gal- lirtiitli, Gztllztglier. Ron' I: lfuller. lloerner, -I. .Xntlerst1n. Ciortler. , . , , , . . l.. Lztrlsen, llznts. lsatrr. Gayle. Lonnly. liutlzttli, l'l:rten. Crnnt. lfletrher, llrown. Hagen, li. Antlerson. liroskoll. Ron 5: Glenn. llorniztn, Cirose, Ggtsrat. Xl. llhristiztnson. .Xi-rett. Ctentller. Ding. liortnztn. lickatrt. Bztngert. li0l'll. nl. lintlerson, Clornitlt. Seventh Graders Beginning the lit-st years ol their lives, the seventh graders stutly the regular subkieets-soeial stutlies, Eng- lish, inathenizuits, science. shop antl Home Eeonoin- ies-while lmantl, chorus, atheltits antl elulms occupy H1051 of their leisure llltllllellls. Because there was at larger group than usual this year. there were various stnall parties rather than one large class party. l'll'lll1l the live gratle schools ol the city, the seventh gratlers anxiously enter the junior high school. Here they nieet new frientls, acquire new knowleclge antl acliust theinselyes to the latls antl Iiashions ol high sehool lille. The seyentli grzule atlyisers are Miss Nlary Meltzun antl Xliss liyelyn Bennett. Row I: I'Iuppcrs1znI. Horgcn. Ilcckus. Nlzinncl. Xlrliinnix. bl, son.S. NI. N1-lson. Xiclizinw. I-Ixkc. R. I.nrwcn. Row I: Lincoln. Klnkow, R. Jenson, I'IIIIIIIIClllI. D. Lairsun, Nainncslznl, IlIgCIJl'Il- I. I.. nlcnscn. ml. johnson. IJ. ulcnnen. XI. Knutson. N. pjcnxcn. Hill. NUll.I.IIIiCIlS.I'IL'lISll'OI1l, Ron 2: S. jcnscn. R. Nelson. Levcnn. Kncherzi. Nielson, IJ. Innnc, Hunclricksnn R. Nlocns. Hucins- D, G. johnson, Ncwconlcr. Kern, McNeese, Lyon, j. C. Nelson, Ircrgcn, Nlziiilun. Xlairkl. I.zin'ycr, I'. johnson. Row 5: Hcnrichs. IJ. Nelson, Lcxinc, L. Iilnkow. Morey. jcrrlcc. Holt. Row Fl: Nash. Logu, W. Nelson. I'. Lzirscn. I. -jcnson, Kopischlxc, NIL'- Xirlnxls. Nloycr. KSIIIIIIIQ. Al. Knnmlson. D. R. johnson, J. L. Ncl- ,-Xllislcr, Xlclculfc, King, Lorcnlzen. S. NI. Xelxon. R. juhnwon. won. Xluclcn. Nlancu. D. jcnscn. II. -johnson. Ilenrirhs. j. j. Qlcn- XIEIIILE. Hcrlindalhl. Enter Through Doorways of Learning Row I: 'l'. Tlioinpson. Slcil. B. Wcilgc. W. IICICIYOII, Voigt Sinnlxc. Ilioinais. Wong, Sluicllcr, R. I.. Surcnxon. R. G. Soren mn. Sprcnger, Pzirklnlrsl. XVOII. Willey, Rongved, Tcrmznh S. Tonga. Row 2: Siinonsnn. Thornpson, C. Solinlcs. I.. Ihoinp mn. Vzimlcn Hnl. l'. Swanson, D. XVcsllancI. Cl. IICICIYOII. Ochs. Szinnxclson. S. Sorenson. Yznnlcgrill, Smith. xl. Sorenson, W. Peter xcn. NI. NI. IICICISUII. Sliclmlcr, Rcgislcr, RICISOII. NI. Tlionlpson Ron fl: I'1n'lrimlgc, K.. Tonga, Oppugurcl. Osllcy. Rcss. SIIIYI7. Rua Icy, Nordlznnl. Ycncin. Ruirhl. .L Wedge. Sannlcrs. Runner. Shol lcnkiik, Wcmliinn. IYIIIIIICII. Ilmrpc. Yuxnleiiliciivul, M. C. I'lJICI'SlllI, Wcnmlclhoc, Ii. Peterson. Row I: D. IVCSIIZIIILI, Slexcnn. 'I'r:isl4. c,I'4Il'4IilI, Skjcrxlicinr SIIIIILT, Stir-Icr. Oslraincler. I':ilinur. Timlcxnann, Ovcrlznnl. SCIEYISOII. Slilcs. I':lnls0n. Syverson, R. Ilnnnpson. Sclnxrler, NI, Sufnlci. Stevens. Toslnrl. Schroeder. Ollcnhxiuscr. Row I: P. Pctcrmn. Ryan. G. Peterson. Tholson. Rncrnp. Il, Olson, RL-csc, Vzlrlanul. Iicrlc. D. Peterson, Slolle. R. Olson. Scln'occIcr. bl. I'nlurmon. NI. A. Peterson. Tllurcson. Sclinciclcr. Yocoin. xEuvn. ORGANIZATICNS Student Council Guides ' 5 im' " J ,V Qu -Q55 I 13' , T' sf L . M ,,e mx -: . tv : V iss 'ii' 5 me - an QQ: - l ICICRS ROAR l'RODl'C'l'lON S'I'.klflf: Standing-ylolin Sllllill. Rollie Green. Seated: Carol l.indell. Sally .Xnderson. Beginning with the Homecoming festivities, the senior high Student Council undertook its first main project of the year, The slogan was chosen and committee chairmen were appointed. They were Rolland Green-parade. Phyllis Budahl-dance, Margaret Blunt-publicity. La- Vonne Parks-pep lest, Roger Olson-bonfire. Keith Fligge-pin sale, Marilyn Hendrickson and Marlene Stirenson-programs, and Roger NRYTOI'-t't7l'OIl2lllOl! ceremony. I-Qlected from each homerootn in the senior high each representative brings suggestions to the council from the students which he represents. In this way the council also brings its views to each student in the homeroom. All dances given by a school group were conduct- ed by the Student Council as to the preparations for time, sponsors and Swing Band arrangements. The dances, which are usually held alter games. were sched- uled at the beginning of the year through the council. The council appropriated money to buy new shirts lor the Swing Band members, funds to send members to the Student Council convention: also for many bills which the council was responsible for. l,l'CSlKlCl1l Paul Skophannner also appointed cafe- teria monitors and representatives from each class to be in charge of new students who have entered school in order to provide a familiar and friendly atmosphere. The latter is the first experiment with such a project, but has been the practice ol' other Big Nine schools. Mr. Rene XVambach's second year as adviser for the council was interrupted for three months while he was seriously ill. Mrs. Gordon l,eBeau sttbstituted for him in his classes and council meetings. Page 432 l'resitlcnt Paul Slvopltinntnet Secretary Nlitrgaret Blunt STl'llliN'l' COl'XCIll,: Row l"slllltIllSUIl. Stieler. lean. Brown. Register, Rasmusson. ml. .Xnderson, Bolingei. l.indell. l.ukes. Row 2: lfligge. Rztssmusstnt. Nl. Jensen. Carlson. Clzuly, Throl- In Y ar's Activities Yice Prcsidcn ll'l'll'4lIl'l'l Phyllis llllllillll son. Sorenson. l'1trks. Ron fl: Swartl. .X. .Xudt'ison. c7PlX'gtl.ilKl. Duggan. Olson. XlK'l'l!. Crowley. lleeorattnt' the c.llI'lNllllilN tree in the senior lmll .ne upper lcit. ll. lhonip son, I. .Xuderson. Rasmussen. Beloit: Nunonsou, Decorating the traditional Christmas tree. which is displayed in the hallway, and sponsoring the Christ- mas Seal drive were undertaken by the council mem- bers. The Hi-'l'eens assisted in the seal drive as they operated a sell'-service seal table in the senior high. Alter Christmas vacation the l95l Tigers Roar plans were ready and underway. .Iohn Sturtz headed the production stall' as producer. Carol Lindell was appointed director with Margaret 'llllOll1lJSOI1 as her assistant. In charge ol the stage IIlZll1HgCl1lCIll was Selina Anderson while Robert Reed headed the stage crew. The annual traditicmnally-sponsored Hobo Day was the last main project ol' the year. Sports and con- tests were planned lor both girl and boy participants. The leature ol' the day was the junior-senior tug ol' war across the inuddy creek. Vice president Rolland Green was selected as Minnesota's state delegate to Boys' Nation at the Boys' State Klonlerence last sunnner in St. Paul. He was chosen from 50 other candidates. He and llaul Skop- hannner were the high scl1ool's representatives to Boys' State. Rollie was also a council representative to the State Student Council Convention held in November at Minneapolis. Larry Carlson also attended. The standing tonnnittee heads chosen lor the year were Roger Naylor and Carol I,indell-asseinblies, Phyllis BllCl2llllil'lIl2ll1l'C. Marilyn HendricksonApub- licity, -leanne Cady-social affairs, Larry Carlson-safer ty and trallic, ,Iohn Leinke-elections and parliamen- tarian. lhese committees functioned throughout the year whenever their services were needed. Page 63 l"lRS'l' Sl'iXIliS'l'liR S'l'l'lDliX'l' CIOl'NC1ll,: Rou l-.Xrdell 'loxte iieudler. ,loan Ciiukel. Nlarx Brown, Ilorothx fitlllllL'l. l utleruood. Darlene -johnson. .Xrleue l't-teisou. l'hillip I.ee. Cynthia Peterson. Phyllis Gunderson, Ron 3: Williain Nlatthies. llarid liarsou, Connie Boyd. Phyllis Gunderson, William Nlaxits. Craig Clausen. Gerald llirolson. Richard Hagen. Howartl Row 2: Rohm-rt Springer. Marilyn Alni. Catherine lhompsou. Heeltes. Peter Lloyd. Dean Kentuer. Lowell liratlx, Council Pr motes Self Government 1 To promote student sell-government is the lunda' niental purpose ol the junior high Student Council 1 which nieets Monday mornings at 9 .-LM. Except lor the ollieers who serve the entire year, the council is completely Changed at the end ol the semester. when the honierooins elect new representaf tires. 'l'his enahles more students to participate. .Xeting as monitors, the council tnenrhers supervise taleteria hehavior, see that the halls are kept neat and that the lights are turned out. ,X eoinhiued drive to raise funds to light polio. heart disease and tuberculosis, called the "Have a Heart" drive. is also under their supervision. Student to-o aeration was demonstrated h ' the . . l . sunlight soetals, where everyone helped. These sofials also promoted hetter school relationships. lhe top Iloor ol' the junior high was brightened considerably hs the Christmas decorations, including a tree, erected hy the eouueil. Helping to plan and promote these attivities were Miss Edna Xl'eieneth, l'aeult'y adviser, and the council ollieers-David Larson. president: Phillip Lee. vice president: Connie Boyd. secretary: and Arlene Peter' son, treasurer. .loyee Kiendler. llaxid Lzirson. -Ioan Ciinkel. Craig Clausen, Doi' othy Conner and Phillip Lee triin IICCS for Clhristinas season, SECOND SIQNIIZSI l-IR AIVNIOR HIGH STI'lJl-INT CZOUNCZIL: Row I-,lohu Wong, Tlieodore Hellie. Arlene Peterson, Phillip Lee, llaxid Larson. Connie Boyd, Dale Nelson. Row 2: Philip Knutson. l'hil lllarls. james Corder, Charles Sehertsou. Naury Stlunidt. Shirley Olson. Shirley Halvorson, .lo.Xun Register, Row fl: -leanue Ilergluml. Marilyn Hanson, Karen Prior, Joyce Pleiss, Iivt-lin plensen. Xlary Searles. Beverly Lintlell. Rou' -I: Ray Ostrander, David Clonlan. Ricliard Kuudsou. 'lane Reynen. Shir- lex Iiergeson, Nlarlxs Cl1l'lSll1lllS0ll, Page til SCIIFXCF f1l.l'll1 Run l-lfztrl. Solmzt, lietlner, Sullivan. Brooks. lltoinas. llripgs. Rotv fl: XVendel. Kucbctzt. Sztther. llnlyctstnt Scientists Explore ature's Mysterie '1'he purpose of the Science Club is to enable in' terested students to n1eet together. to discuss seientihc problems and carry out group projects. A lie detector and a tcstacoil were among the projects submitted by the Science Club members to the Junior .-Xcademy ol' Science, held on the University l-'arm School Campus in St. Paul. XVhile attending the academy the members had an opportunity to ob- serve the work done by similar clubs all over the state. Mr. Paul XVilkie, high school physical education director. invited the club members to his home so that they might view l1is aquarium of tropical fish. Taking second place in the Homecoming parade was the Science Club Iloat which featured a miniature atom bomb plant. The slogan portrayed was Hgxltllll- ire the .-Xttstinites". The 28 club members are guided in their activi- ties by Miss Olive johnson. Warren Emmons. Mary Brooks. .lanet Sullivan and Bill Kuchera served as the club's president, vice president, secretary and treas- urer, respectively, lor the year. lilac lm iifglm hG,s,.-W LP Qs L ,L 5 -1slix.fv"'k fu t In Q y gift - tl 'M we ll ,5- E ts, If -V , V3 ill- ' ,f l A ' W .X scztle lot' tneatsttrittg, uc-ight. built by Bill Ktteh is examined by Brooks, Wendel. Lztetf. ktttltertt. Sul livztn. .1 my Rott' I: -It1stpl1 C.i1t1. l"1'ed NltlI1lQ'l. XYiiIi:1i11 li111l1t'1'21. l.e'1 Rtulget' KiI'l'C'IlQ,Il, llt'111'1 Rlll'lL'. R011 25: NX'iIli'1111 R1:111.lislit' 'l211'Ls1111. l.211'1'1 f1211'ls1111. llztxid Xnlxiel. Rmx 21 llttllll S11t1't7. l4z'1'gsI1'11111, I'2111l HL1:pl111111111t11.ilthn l.e1nLe. l't'te xL'llllllllll. 1.111- Rtnllztnd G1'ee11. RlC'lI2ll'tl CQ1'1't'11tg11.-I:1111es ling 11. Ruger Xi11lt11'. ing Olson. xlilllllllll Ki'L'l4'l'. XYilli11111 Sthttltf. Xlilt-s Xxilllilllll. I , I I l' S reate Cllntaln an xten 'l'11tle'1'el111J21t11l 111'11111mel1ig'l1 st21111l211'ds11l'CIl112isf The11tl1t'1'211'1i1i1ies 111 the clnh i11t'l11tled, Zl joint liilll 1'l1211'21t'te1' i11 the st'l11111l illlll i11 lllC c'o1111111t11it1 LIlIllCliL'l1t'L' with l'QlJl'CSCl1l2lliYt's ul tl1e Austin High was the goal nl lllC ci2llllllI2l Hi-Y tl1is past st'llOt1l f'l'2ll'. School Hi-Y 211 Cnntp lxlOl'2lll1C. 'I'he t'11nle1'e11t'e was l1eld on Oetohei' 7 and 8 i11 tht' l'r11'111 ol ll llilllllllg The lli-Y llllllCli tl1e sttpervisitmii ol' Blix Ifgil ca111p. llmey held its meetings every U'etl11escl21y Ell the YMC.-X. Se1'e11lee11 INCl1lllCl'5 the .-Xll1e1't Lea cltth attended '1'hC g.l.m,l,0mCC1.S who WUC Clcucd WCW Rilihzml and live 1111111 the .-Xnstin Hi-Y attended the. c'21111p. CQ,-Ccngo. l,mSi2lCm3 4I,a,m.5 lingcny N-if-C l,,-c.,il1L.,H: M11 M. Snyder acted ith t'lllll15Clll12lll and 2lllYl5Cl' Im' Roger Naylrmiy sec-1'et211'yg and Rqyllil- fg,-CCH, I,-L.1mm,,t' the grmip. lhe 11121111 d1s1'11ss11111 was t'e11te1'ed Qll'OUllCl ext1'21-c111t1'ic't1l211' activities Illlil service projects. The IJl'0lJlClllh studied by the group included the httdget. 1'Il1t'es Zlllll the t'1m111111ittt-es ol' the Hi-Y. The boys who attended the State Hi-Y CIo111'e11- tion held i11 tl1e Ag1'iClllllll'C Building in Miiineapolis were hlaines Engen, -Ioseph Girtl, Bill Ryan, David Ochs, lislie BCl'gSll'0Ill Zlllil Ric'l1211'd Greengo. The 'lhe tlnh h21s also s11c111so1'etl st-l1nr1l dances and Albert l,e21 elnh was given special attention l7Ct'2lllSC ol' 1111tle1'toc1k the sale nl Klliristnias trees lllNlt'l' the sttper- their ideal intercircle. The Hi-Yers l'1'r1111 other clubs vision nl' the Y'Men's Clnh. A tot21l ol' 22 senior boys thought highly ol' the o1'igin21lit1' of their lIlCC'llI1g'S. helunged to the Ciilltllllil Hi-Y this year. . ,., . Q. ,- 5 , 3 -,5:g:f:ggriX. -3,-,fsbd 1 CLXXIXIX Ol'l'lK,l'.RS: Ruger Xllflltl. ., V 2 I- . I R ol l ll ll d fil'l'l'II. Rit'l1211'tl Cil'Cl'I1L1U. -I . ,V , sg, - ,: '--, -3? - , .V F ,. -, , v3.:,.5..Ml-:Eh -I.1111ts .Ilj,'LIl. B: 1' 'Z "LI 1 . 1 I 3 W' .91 .-1. 'I I 1 -1 1 , 1--- f--11 . M 91 , -,1 ' 1 1 f 'fit - 25 32-,, t 15: ., '- ,,,, f 5- i ' 3?f'f" 5.1EQif- 521221 'ww 1- 1 if 1 3 as l .1 1 Imac tara f , Q '. :'5?::"',:s'f" Q2p. . . 1 f .1 ll E I . . lllilk HI-Y OlflflKllzRS: Iiatflt: l'atttl Crotcnltuis. Rogct Olxon. ,john Wctlgc. lfttnt: Catrl -lcmott. Xlxin Simon- sott. Dirk Xlontci. With tht' purpose ol t'i-t-attittgg maintaining atnd extending, throttghottl thc school and cotnntttnity, high statndatrds ol Christiatn c'hatt'att'tc1'. the HCIZI Hi-Y licgan thc ycatr's atrtivitics. 'l'hc rcgttlan' tttcctitigx wt-rv hcld awry Mondaty Cvening att 7 t'.M. Roger Olson presided while John ll'ctlgc strtwccl ats vhatplatin atnd olleretl lx-ncdictions. Mr. lforrcst L. XVillcy atftcd ats adviser. lflccatctl lo at-rx'c in ollicc lor thc yuan' wcrc: Roger Olson. president: Carl Ilcnsvn. virc prcsidcttt: Paul Grotcnlntis. sccrctatry: Ricliatrd Montci, trcatsnrcr: and .Xlivin Sintonson, wrgtratttt att atrnts. whost' dttly it is to keep order. High Standards of Row l: Erwin Atitlt'vQci1. Cltanaltrs Satnhfzrn. Dirk Nlontci. Clcorgc Sknii. Dirk Stcilcr. Row 23 Rogvr Olson. l"t':tnk RCCSC. Ilonatld Wooclwatrd, litluxtrtl Pclcrscn. -john Wedge. Pttttl Cirutcnltttix. llivla Stcilvr. Rogut Olson atnd .Xltin Hitnonwon workfitt tht' Hi-Y xtatnd att tht' latit' gtottnds. A-Xtnong thc probiccts ttnclt-rtatkcn during thc- yuan: was at statnd att thc taottnty latir. The lvoys mold pop. Candy, pop corn atnd hot dogs. lhcy atlmo ltt-Ipod thc .-Xllwrl Lt-at YR Mt-n in lilL'll'2lllllLI21l satlt- ol fiill'l5lIll?l5 trees to privattc hontw atll ovcr thc City. lhc Alttniot' Hi-Y hats sponsored two datnccs atnd l'ttt'nishcd ttslivrs lot' tht' loollnatll gattncs atnd lyatskctbatll gattncs. lfrtnn thc IJl'fK'CCCih takcn in att thc concession Zll thc stub-distrittl lottrnattncnls, thc' lictat Hi-Y hottghl shirts itll' next ycatrk ttslicrs. Clatrl Qlcnxcn atnd Ccorgc Skatll' were :cnt as dclc- gatttw to thc Stzttc- Hi-Y Cottl'e1'ctic'c: held in Minncat- polis. Austin atnrl .XiiJL'l'l Lcat atttcndctl at Hi-Y ratlly att Moratinc Point during thc stnnntcr tnonths. Christian Character Rott 3: l.attn'ic- C-tty. Rithatrd l.indcll. Ralph lc-nxcn. Dick Larmn. Xlt-rril Rovatng. Cicnc Sort-nsnii. l'atg,c Iii Row l: Sykes. XYavne, Yoeinzms, Springhorgg. I.en7. I,ulxens. Mc- Chrs, Dryer, .Xmundson. Nlangslvau. Wulll. Nlachacek. Lukes. C Ginnis. Slaughter. ll. Olson, B. Hanson, liriclcson. C-neue. Blunt. Tlioxnpson. Hueinoeller. Xl. Petersen. Slcaar. Sullivan. Simon Row 2: Esse, Xluldown. Nl. Jensen. l,atllie. VZIIIKICYIIIIIIC. ll. lfinls. lfleugesteg. Reed. Schaellct. lsnucltscni. Row 5: Ylensen -Iensen. Xlalhevvs. ll. Larson. Palme. Rios. Wildeman. Kiltovne. Briggs. I'arlson. Nl. l'aiLs. ll. Nelson. l'USllllllllll9. Iloegland Brooks. Prosser, ll. Xelson. Iillinggson, Ilellie. hlerdee. Ron Il: Xlaiden. Xordznnie. 5. Nelson. -Iorgcnson. llxede. lliornas. lvzis Xl. lolmson. KllIC'lItll'l'. Parks. Robinson. lluut. S. .Xndersou. moen. Pi. linudson. N. Dale. Crnsclaleu, Reid. l'elli. Steil. liron Sorenson.Cadv. Hendrickson. Mattson. llenrv.lliompson. Pierce. S. Olson. lhrolson. Yosheek. Westcott. l,lZllL'l. Clllls, l.evinc Xvolll, Foss. l'f'terson, 'l'ennvson. Nlatlson. K.. Nelson. Xvllllxl- llatuhsnn. mzm. O. Olson, Row l: Cllilveman. Quzun. lflzislveiud. Schneider. Hi-Teeners Strive to Help Gthers Xl'ith a membership ol' 27l this year, the l-Ii-leens girls' organization endeavored to render service: pro- mote friendliness: develop cllaracter. leadership, per- sonality and capability and to create a high standard ol' ideals lor themselves and their high school. All senior high girls are eligible lor membership in this Club. .Xdvised bv Miss Ruth Bauer, Miss Gertrude Piers and Miss Ruth Nelson, the girls tried out a new idea for their meetings. One monthly business meet- ing was held in the high school auditorium. while one project meeting was held monthlv in separate class- rooms. The group was divided into six smaller ones lor project work: each one was led by its council rep- resentatives who were chosen lrom their respective classes at the beginning ol' the year. .-Xlter choosing one, each group completed one ol several projects, including niaking scrap hooks and joke books lor soldiers' hospitals. making stul'led animals lor c'hildren's hospitals and making Iavors. place mats, name cards aml vases to be distributed where thev were most needed. lhev met in separate classrooms lor the project work which was under the supervision ol' one ol' the advisers. Page 68 spectiug the Llirislmas sczil pcsttis .ue the lli- lcens olltcers Ilwriita l.c-vine, vice president: Xallrorg Xordaune. treasurer: :mtl R arv Knutson. president. Net pictured is .lhiilev liatnnzis, sct I'Cl2llif. s 'l'he ollicers ol' the Hi-Teens organization were elected alter being chosen hy 21 nominating connnittee. 'I'he duties ol' the president include more than presid- ing over the grottp meetings. The president also has charge ol' the meetings ol the Representative Council :tnd plans luture meetings. Planning programs lor the Hi-'l'eeners is the job ol' the vice president who also takes the president's .,' ., A 'f- .. 1. .. . J. . -i- place in c tse ol alxsenu liogtants dining the yeat l have included guest speakers, musical ntnnlxers, read- ings, rnories and a style show. The secretary keeps the minutes of all ol' the pre- xiotts ineetings and is custodian ol' the constitution. , She ztlso has a lile including the nantes ol' ezteh rnenl- l her and the services she has rendered. Being treasurer ol' this girls' organization involves keeping the ztc't'ount hooks up to date, paying bills and straightening out the money matters. A school dance 1 was sponsored by the Hi-Teens Club to raise money in order to help support its activities. lll-I ICICXS Rl-1I'RliSliX'l.X'lIYI-1 f1Ol'Xi.ll.: Yeattetl-lierothi llttnt ztnd Ruth Xl:t.lst,n. Stztndtng: Iotce ltztrl. Lztrtzl Xlxers und 'I'hQ Hijfccug Oyganiyalion hug, al all UIHCSV been ,X 'A S: l' , - V - - - - "'l' """l"' striving to prepare the girls lor a successlul luture. While Developing Individual Character Rott I: liztnppi, Rolrinson. Broskitll. Horne. Folie. .Xndersen. Hznnlmerg. .Xndt'rson. ll. Nelson, I.xtdlie. Row l: lflorner. 9:nnudio. lflatlsetlt. fuller. lileirltnelil, hlztnsnn, il. I-Iztnson, li. Xel- lfreetnott, linssmztn. I.. Anderson. Allen, Bok. johnsrud, Loren- son. Row 2: Xl. blensen. Sabin. lllflxs. Clough, Gunderson. l', son, Rexnen. Wtldenntn. lligliie. klztnson, lmrg, Lead. il. Nelson. Xnderson. Oxerlztnd, Kiper. Haugen. Reed. liztrl, llrttaner, lictt- lilimrtl, NI. Petlerson. Lztwson, Hellie, Hertlt, 1.:tdIie. lfolie, Dono- ner. Westttnn. I'. Woltl. -loltnsrud. lixztns. Hztngltlttnd. lltilztn. tain. Nloe, Kxtsnntssen. Row 5: Kinsley. Hanson, Gunderson. lIztgen.St:ltn1t, Ron Il: fiI'lllCIl. X. -johnson. Gendler. Hollatrth. Birkiord. Xlyers. Ilurnin. Sorenson. Heilmztn, Selnnidt, nlohztnn- S. Peterson. lktpp. Ht-rinztnson. Yenem. ll. l.:nson. .Xu-lson. sen. Yintk. nl. johnson. l'il'lJCIlll1llil1. Denson. Dethniers, 'l'ennyson. llendrickson. Register. Winjtnn, L. Nelson. l.:n'son. klnerson. ll Wzungen. Brors. Fritz. Dirksen. Cztrroll. Xl. -Iohnsun. Vanden- kjenson. jerdee. lloxson. Citllztltztn. Bjerke, Nl. Dahl. Hezttlter. l1CllYLl.il'OXiL1ll.llilllhllliix.HlJElSL'l1K'l'. , Fl"l'l'Rli ICXRXIICRS OI' .XNll'fRIfT.X: Ron I-liztkken. ll. Nei- Row fl: Hzttleli. Keighley, Gleason, 'l'. Nelson. Skztitr. Hellie. son, Lenz. llrt-yer. Xlorreini. Peterson. N. Stlnnidt. lhonisson. lfriedmztn. Patcoxskx, Clztrnex. ordzthl. llistzttl. lfink. Kulslzttl. l . . ,l Stieler. Vande Kamp. Wzthlers. Ratynmn. Kuiters. lloug. Reed. Row 1: Nl, Qlensen. Gill. Stanley. I.en1, Hoyt. llhristenson, I.. Lutz. Row 2: lionnerup. Gunderson. Schilling. 'l'. nensen. Olson. Schneicler. Nl. Srlnnidt. xxillllflfll. ,-Xshleson. Pestoriuus. I Weber, Heidetnztn. l'rytten. K6l'lllC'5. Ci. Rnhle. lit-Ishztn. R. Shirk. loot, llzthl. Sulltutn. 5 Belshztn, Sondertg:irtl. l.nnde, Xlurtinson. Hanson. l.. Nelson. FF Gains Honors, New Experiences lo encottrztge taking tt share in tht' general inan- llg'CIllCIII ol the li2l1'llli5 hog, dairy, trol: or livestock enterprise is the purpose ol' zt new plan adopted by the high st-hool fhapter ol' the Future Fariners ol America. .xlllfllllblillg to tearh by experience and have their studies conibine with the hotne lartn operation, the tnenibers use their textbooks lor relieretices. The chances being that the boys have learned home projects without instruction. they are enrour- aged to experience other projevts. This also includes the expetielice ol handling all the linzuices ol' their work. lintertaintuent is also enjoyed in the way ol lgas- ketball gzunes whit'h are held every Monday night in the high school gym. Games are also played with other L'll2llJlCl'5. Page 70 A highlight event was the animal banquet to the parents ol' the tnenihers which was held on Mardi 5. 'l'he mrinci nal s zeaker was Mr. Myron XV. Clark, Cout- rntsstoner oi .-Xgrteulture lor the state ol Nltnnesota. Minnesota Future Farmer XVeek was observed lfebruary I7-2-1. lt was prottlahied by Mayor Amos CL. Christensen of Albert Lea and marked the twen- tieth anniyersary ol' the Albert Lea chapter. During tl1is week at page in The f':Tll'!Il-llg' Trib- une was sponsored by the organization to better ae- quaint the public with its artiyities and achieve- ments. .Xdyising the organization are Mr. Donald Paul- son, who has served lor lour years, and Mr. Lowell Ross who began his teaching in the high school this year. He is in charge ol' the senior boys, those who have recently graduated and adult classes. l'lf.X Olfl-'Ii.liRS: Right. xlzlmlillg---llzmicl .IUIIIISCIL ll'CLl5lll'tfl'I l.:ml'cm'L- Aslulssuu. IFIJIPIICII SL'1llCllI llcnry Rulnlc. IJl'Ciillt'lllI KUIIIICIII Hong, xinu prcsimlcm. Nm piclurcd: llzuk Kulslzul '-L'l'l'Cllll'fI l,2ll'l'f Klukmv. A-nlinc!. Below: lfl-'.Ycrs lacing con- Cllllllill llllhllgll XYiISrm :mil llmnpzlm. XYi1l1 IIIUIH ix XIV. lMm:1l1l lllllllhllll. illxll'lll'lUl'. All right. .X llllli ullcn luxllmulxs lxluxu X1llll1lIXlL', 5l'1Ill'llZ Xvll'llLkl'N. Kvl' Ql2Hl1liIlfLf XXX-lxcl. xllll'lill'x!1II,cilllIl'X. K.. Rubin-. Billilillll. Ax Page A CHORUS: Row l-Pustlnnnus, Clikemzni. Gtmtlerson, Reid ll. Nelson. Wogen, lroe. Knutson. Wasmoen, llionias. D. Han- son, Wright, johnson, Row 2: Hagen. XYatct'tiiati. Fuss, lerdee 1 I ierre. l.. Nelson, Clluugli. lletlner. Al. nlensen. CI, Nelson. lflaske- rntl. R. Peterson. Bachtle. Storiiek, Iligtl. llalil. lflttgtnn. Brooks Skaar. NI. Peterson. Row Fl: 'l'hetle. .Xl'lllSKliUIl". lisse. Bntlalil n Westcott. Nlacltatek, Hlll'IlL'l,1.N5IlQ'. Nortlanne. Bussman. Kron lfletrlter, Letxerke. S. Nelson, Lim-geiistiii. Hoelscher, l'il'lll, Xl. l'c-l- etson. Nortllamtl. Lintlell. B. Hanson, Norton. Maxwell. Rott' -lf Ch B ' l'rattit'ing every tlay untler the tlireetion ol Mr. Robert Myers, I ll A chorus members preparecl lor the several concerts during the year. Their first inajor singing was clone at the annual I'all convert. Novetnher 29. On Christmas they sang lor the Service Clubs. .Ks a litting climax, the mass choir cantlleliglit proces- sion was heltl Deeenilier 20. The choir sang in the orchestra concert March E5 while Mardi ll Was the date of the music depart- ment's annual Easter lltmcert. The mass vocal cons cert took place May I5. Rochester was the town ol' interest to all A chorus members on May -l. This was the day they packed into a bus and heatletl for the annual music festival where they sang several mnnbers with a mass chorus. Matlrigal. a select group ol' 33 voices. enlertainetl organizations wantitig musical talent during' the year. Soloists this year inclutletl: Carl -Iensen. Grace XX'as- moen, Yalhorg Nortlatnie, Don Hogquist, l,aV4mne Bettner, Rollin Connly, Peter Moncleel, Loring Ol- son and Cleo Nelson, with Mary Knutson as aecom- panist. I Page 72 L B. Nelson, Erickson. .Xntlresc-n. Miller, Robinson, Blenser, Gro, tenliuis, Stone, Goltl, Sorenson, Reese. Greenu. Yertloorn. Swartl. Loper. Casey, .-X, Larson. VI. Thompson. Ilnggmi, Stieler. Bnrtis. Steil. Parks. Row 5: Krueger. Sonclrol. nlenson. Hogqnist, Yllllllf Kamp. Nloncleel. Hagmann. Klnkow, L. Olson. Barr Hentlrirkson, limmons. Halverson. Yan Proostli. Brown, Head Fossnm. Lindell, Jenson. D. johnson, I-I, Peterson, Girlz. XVOotl- istening Pleasure Nl.-XDRICLXI.: Row l-Wogen, Gtniclerson, jorglenson. XVasninen. linntson, M. Peterson. C, Lintlell. Nlaehaeek. Row 2: .len- sen. Nortlaune. BCllllt'l'. llttssman, C, Nelson. Nl. johnson. B. Nelson, Westcott. XI. Peterson. XYRIICYIIIIIII, Pieree. Run' 3: Vande Kznnp. CI. jenson. Montleel. Barr. Van Proustlx. Emmons. Director Roherl Miers. Olson, Hagmann, Stone, Gtotenltnis. R. Lintlell. Woodwatiwl. B Chorus Striues For Polished Music IS CZIIORITS: Row I-'l'ovson, Cluntlerson. Westrum. Bllllllll. Willey, Rohinson. Hagen, .fXndresen. loller. Wolll. li. blensen. Sykes. Row 2: NI. Wolli. Samudio, l'. .-Xiulerson. bj. ll, Nelson. lhorson. Young. Gotltland, KZ. -lenson, bjanson, Sorenson. Solma. ml. .-Xntlerson, Sorlien, Converse, Deal, Ilarvison. Row Il: lirpen' hach, Valk, lx. Nelson, Clorntck. l'. Venem, Callahan. Nl. Xenem. Herinanson. Allen. Bicklortl. O. johnson, Vinck. Darg. j. Nl. Nelson. nl. janson, B. Olson, P. jensen. Hauge. Mcliall. C1ll'I'lh2llCl. Nl. klensen. Xase. Row I: linerson. Nloe, Holleschau. Multlown, Learning to blend their voices in two, three and lottr part music was the objective of 105 sophomore girls participating in the B chorus directed by Mr. Robert L. Myers. Strains of their music could ht' heard any Tttestlay or Thursday morning during sec' ond hour il' you should have passed the chorus room. During the Christmas season the B chorus joined. with the other junior and senior high choruses in presenting a concert which began with a candlelight ceremony. Before vacation they sang Christmas carols in the halls. Next on their list ol activities was a part in the annual spring concert, at which they sang several numbers. Their last appearance lor the year came when they sang lor the graduates at Baccalaureate. Within the B chorus was a smaller selected group, which sang lor various extra programs. Practice lor their performances was given lor the school. .Ks a requirement lor entertaining A chorus, the girls learned through B chorus the lundamentals ol' singing. The majority will have the opportunity ol lzeing memhers ol the A chorus next year. Cook. S. Hendrickson. Hamherg. Register. l'. Alohnsrud. ,L Nel son. Wangen. Slaughter. Heileman. 'lc-nnyson. A, Hanson, ll -lohnsrutl. jean. Overland, l.eaI'. Klukow. Renthin. l'. Anderson D. Larson. Row 5: Reed, llolan. Kaufman. Rztsmusson. Y .Xutlerson. fi1lCll. Donovan. Schneider. Brors. Cendler. Bailey Cram. jackson. Nielsen. Nl. Peterson. l'. Hagen, Schilling. Ilutlley Kinsley. S. Peterson. l'c-derson, Kuyper. Nlcliinnis. liisenhise Duhey. Sl-lI.lilIl' GROl'l': Seated-Xloe. Solma. Darg. li. jolnisrud Tennyson. Gendler, Rasmusson. Holleschau, Standing: S. Peter sou. A. Nelson, la Nelson. C., C.untlerst:n. Xuuk, Lram. lleilt' man. l'. Alenson, Kaufmann. Peclerson. Antlerson. Page 'ffl Ron I: Klt1I,rm.StiIcs, ,l.n't'n,-lnlimoii. Iitrulli. I-Lnutlw n. Hanes, Rtnx I: II:.c, Sxtixin. Wnlil. I.t't'. I'n:1ntI. lnhnr-un. Nhttlhict Gnikel. llctlrnlit-i', SLIIIIIII. 0x'cl'gzt1l1'tI. filIINL'IlI7lIIig. Iicckuxx Rtnx .XlltIt'l'mll. Picrwn, XYitk. Kcclci. Ilvlgutlo. Xoithtlil. R. Vlcnwn. 21 .xIiI!lSIl'llllg. Hztnson, -lzwolmsnii, Skupllznnnlcr. IIl'n'ill. Signrtl- ll. l,:n'St1n. II. Alcxlinson, limtitltci. Unllit-lg, Cl. hlcnscn. ISlLtI1c1'. son. Ostln, .Icl'tIL'c. Yt'l'cI0ol'll, -lntinnnicn. Ia. I'L'lCI'NlIll. Ilxltlcli. NI. Pierce. Noland. IIOWIIILIII. Rtnx' 3: Ifnsx, Rulilminx. Cfzirlstmn. Hzttleli. Stcihlcr. S. Nclsun. K, I'clci'st1n. St'ImcllrtitI,, Iixzllls. Yun IIZIIIICOIIIII. ciIIl'ISIUIDIIL'l'Mlll, Skatztr. liztrp, 0st1':tntIt'l'. 'liImi'lxr:n. EIIEZCIIIJIIIIQ. li. llcnscn. Ililling. Run II: RKWIIUII. Yatn Wilgcn. Cllatuscn, AlcII't'l'a. Knnzlmn, Yznigvr. Xlocn. Simon. SUVCIINUII. blttcra. Reitnantn. fIl'UlIl'II. I'vI1llL'll. Sinus. I'Il'IIIN. Y:1rxt'l'luI, I':tInici, Scuscr, Rolfson, Snntlwc. Iirtmn. Xlfzt-n. ID. I,L'l1.'l'NUIl. X. ilcihn- Ht-ntIrit'Laon, I'lllIY5Ill1III. llmtl, KL'l'llli'N. l.mtrx, Xl. Xvlsun. mn. Ruhlc. I'icrwn. . . . Junior High Proteges Show Enthusiasm Iicsitlcs giving xt-xc-Htl pnliiit' ztppczllttittcs, thc Stntlt-ntx Irwin thc cighth zintl ninth gizltlcs :nit- jnnitn' high tlinrtis. nntici' thc LIil'L'l'liIlIl nli Mr. Robert thusvn tu pztrtitipzitc in the itinim' high tI1'n't:s uhith I.. Mya-rs, topped OH at Sllt't'CsSIillI yarn' In' IJIKCSCIIIIIIQ ani tmixistn ui ninth grzttlc inixctl C'IIUI'lIN, eighth gizttlt' tllJL'l'Cll2l in tht- spring. inixt-cl tlitmrtis :intl tht- ninth grade girls' clitxrtls. Rtm I: R. lcmtzii, Xlnt-. Ilgtmn. XYCNIIRIINI. IY1tIIxcn. CI. Olson, I'It'mIl'itIunli. Krtllt-wil. Kilim, KllllL'lIlllL'Xl'I', II. Nc'Ist.n. I'. I.1n- I'I:nI1zn. Hcnclritkxnn, Krtm. Iizlkkv, I.intIztIiI, Henry, CI. I,ClCl'NllIl. mn. filllilillll. KMIUCIIIILIIINIIII. I'I1tlI. 0'Il1niit:ii. R. I'ctt'istm, Kirin- Rmx' 2: SIMILQIICIIII. IIt':n11t'It. Iirmxn, Iiztkt-x'.St1kscli.ScLgL'r.Clun, uhlx. R. ,ll'lIiL'II, .'X, Olson. Lung, Y. Huntlritkwn. Otlixl. Rithn. ncrs. Pluiv. Kiztllxigliur. RAIIHIQIII. IXI. lirtnvn. IIcrgc'mli. I5Ln'l'clt. .X. Nuiwii. .X. K-tlntIt'lsun. R. hlolinstin. K:n1lt'nI1:ttL. XIiIIcl'. llzirg, .XIIIIITUNCIL ilnrnitk. 0'Nt'iI. vIC'l'llllIIIl. Qnigglc. Kztztau. li. -Iuitluc. fi1Il'IllIi'IlL'I. R. Xclsun. Ilulnlqtiixt. Rini 5: R. Ilznmrn. kjtrlinsun. Rim II: Iilnnlstin, NI. CIll'ISlCllSUII. 'I'Iimnpmn. Hunt, NIoi'l'iwtni. I. I't'lt'i'smi. Lniniingliznn. Iiicctztg. ll. Snrcnmii. Atitlcixtill. Huyl. NI. .hll1IL'I'hUII. IIIIIIVIIIIUII. .xIl1ICl'M'lI. R. Hllllitill. R. Olmn. IIjolIxI:lntI, R, Nrlwn. I'i't'IigIi. Gnx. I.lmtI. Rzttikc. Nlzitlstni. II. FIQIINUII. llznlc. xvillilllll. Cox. Nt-Ixnn. IILIIII. I'c1'- Kimora. l.t'c. Iiclmil. Iltilst-III. Iizigslxul. SCXCIINUII. Stcicnx. I'. svn. R. -ICIINCII, l.t'itIzlI. 9. I,:n nn. Iltitivll. S. Ihmxn. Rim fl: R, HLIIINIJII, Yutnnl, R. vjulnmzn, Klnnntuix. Row I: Yoiwln. Scuacr. Rullcmaul, I'USll'llll. Pierson. linker. Gil- cr. Sclnnimll, Smnlcx. liuhhill. R. Olwn. li. lLIl5L'Il. IIUNIIHIIIIIXN bcrlmn. ll. Jghnson. .xflxllllllh llcrglilnd. Cl2lfIJUlll'll. NI. Hansen. Hlloglanul. Hcinic. xviCkl1l2lIl. lhul. vl'l'UI1hllMkI. xv1llCl'lllllll. Skin f1l'2lIll.,I0l'gCllSUll, Cushinanl, Himkcy. Sxkcs. Misc. Row 2: Bjorn. ner, Pleiss. Sorenson. l'iCl'c'C. Run I: ll. Clirislcnwxi. Flow li. Hunwn. VIKYZIIJIJ. Olson. SL-zlrleas, Lursun. 'lmmn. xILIlIlCWN. Wzulding. Nlisgcn. jacks, R. Slllilil. 1.llixL'h. kj. blcmcn. ll. Lukcx lipin, Xclson. Hoyunn, lfrilz, Iilynn. Slulur. Uanis. hlnvc. nl. jen- I.. -lnlnmin. Sptlll. I'llll'lgUI'S. Yu' Hey. Gillzml, lhulml. L'rscl1f:11 Nun. Gumlcrsmm. Xnclrcscn. Plssc. P. Smith, :xlkll1ml1'UIlg. Ron Ii: Ingvalldson. Gumlcrson. Bnrm-ll. Wuhl. .'u'klun1l. l"1'L.ml11I. Wood C,x':n1l1uI1. lllI'lllCNN. j. Ilzinmn. NI, Nelson. I.zuIlic. lnhcl. llczuh' Szulux, Baltic. XI. Andcrsmu. F'!1l'l'lNl1ll. linnnum. Swing Band Tunes Satisfying Rhythms X lznnilizn' IUCIKNIQ lczlcllca mn uzirw :ls lhc Shing llanlnl plans their lhClllC. "Al0UllIiQ'hl :und Rows". l'k1'UIlI Run: Green. SlllI'll - 1 I-Inga-n. Yun Pxnmmlx. duel. Nlclucr. Right ISLALL Run: ISL-x'g,gill'o11i. Knchcxzl. Ninn lnnlunlniis. Vzlgu 73 FIRST ORCIHliS'l'R,X: Row I-Janson. Sorenson, S. Lttrsczn. stzn. K. Peterson, Dztris. llalter, lingen, Sturtz, Mzitliews. Arni- i Gendler, ll. Nelson, Y. Hagen, Sttuser. Goldberg, Ostbx. Ambro- strong, Ron 4: l.. ulensen. llelgtide. Ciillurtl. lztttlson. Wootl- son, Row 2: l'pin. R. jensen. Sims. IJ. jensen. CI. Nelson, l'. ivttrd, Lindell. Nlontleel, Naylor, Xleuser. Yon lit-rg. liergstroin, Knutson. Reid, Riemann. Nl. Knutson, lensen. Green. lijoio. Rttcliertt. lhrolson. Selina. flrotenhuis. Westcott. , Schmidt, lostrtttl, Yoight, R. Olson. lierson. Ron il: .-X. Peter- Seasonal Concerts Feature Orchestras Expanding from 35 to approximately lllll stu- dents made it necessary to divide the orchestra into two separate musical organizations. 'l'he first orches- tra consists of both jttnior and senior high sttidents and the second of junior highers only. The first orchestra, with a membership of 55 stu- dents, met lirst hour in the auditorium while third hour found the second orcliestra's 42 members busily practicing on their instruments. During the year l.uella Reid, a junior. acted as student director of the lirst orchestra. There were no other ollicers in either the jitnior high or senior high orchestras. SECOND ORCIHIQSTRA: Row l: Schneider. B. Wedge. Ress. Glenn, E. Peterson, l'. Petersen. Delgado. Nluier. Heather. Hop- perstad. Row 2: Greeno, Fuller, Hagen, Nielsen, R. Jensen, Fgertson, Bcoen, M. Nelson, L. Christensen, Frcligh. D. Larson. Due to the greatly increased interest in orchestra, a new teacher was employed to direct the program. He was Mr. Lester li. Striemer whose duty was not only to direct bitt also to teach the lundamentztls ol inustc. Under the auspices of Nlr. Striemer the orchestras truly had an active year with a varied prograni for the students to participate in. They played for the class and all-school plays besides presenting solo numbers at numerous assem- blies. Their biggest prograni was the spring concert held March 3 tn which they presented both classical and light popular compositions. Ron il: CZ. liinmons. ll. Gendler. K1llllSlllllClCl'. Xl, Rttclierzt. l'. l.ttrson. 'l'. Christensen, johnson. Rztlin. R. .-Xndersen. llol, Gun- derson, Junior Band Displays Promising Talent Practice makes perfect. Standing: Boe. Freligh, Hunt. Ktlchera. Larson. Brand. Robinson. Seated: Ralin. Booen, Skinner, All'Nl0R BAND: Booen. Waterman. Ruble. Stiles. C. Peterson. Nelson. Eeerlson. R. nlenson. Rullestnd. Skinner. Freligh. Holm- tptist. XI. -lolmson. D, I.zn'son, Brand. Row 2: Knutson, Hal- vorson. Steibler. Nloe. flatly, Ternuttli. Hudson, Skull. Hanson, Winium. R. johnson. Katlberg. 'l'roe. D. johnson, Rzxhn. Ron' 3: Xckland. Morrison, Ilrown, Holt. 'I'ln'olson. Burr. D. klenson. thompson. Iltnis. Dentner. 0'Bztnion. 'l'ostrud, llunt. .-X. john- Hlorking toward their goal of admittance into the senior high band. the junior lzand members practiced their playing and marching techniques. Under the direction ol Mr, L. Emmons. the band ntet every third hour in the band room. Playing for junior high pep assemblies. marching lor several parades, including Homecoming, and play- ing at the lair were the l:and's main activities. Each band member supervised the care of his own unilorm which consisted ol white pants, shoes, sailor style hats and shirts with black ties. The majorettes-CIarmen Emmons, Elizabeth Pet- erson, Arlene Peterson and Louise Jenson-led the band in their complicated marching maneuvers. son. Gorder. KZIIICIIIHCQCV. Kucberzt. Robinson. Speltz. Gundera son. Schuyler. D. Sorenson. Osburn. C. Jenson, Westcott, P. Larson. Ron' 'lr Slllfll. R. johnson. Pleiss. Thorpe. Emmons, E. Peterson. A. Peterson. I.. Jenson. I'. Gunderson. Christenson. H. llunt, Connly. Kopischke. D. Sorenson. Boe. Boelter. Yoight. XX'oll. Page 77 SENIOR BAND: Ron l-C-rucn. Dilling. All'll5Ull, Cindy, Olson. xalltlmll. Nclso11.'l'rou. liwu, Slllfll. Row fi: AIlll'l'h. Nclsun l'2llllNUll, Wuodwzml. Limlcll. Wungcn. Ricmzmn. ll, I.imlc-II. Pilgllll. JXIILICINOII. Cmlsmlzllcrm. Wall, Wcmlcls Xloyer. Sorliun. Yam Knutson. Run' 2: Wulf. Nlmxullm. Burr. Dawg. li. jcnsun, S. lBcck.C1. jenscn. Wcmlgc. 'l'cnnywn. Blilaml. Lukcns. You Burg X1-lwu. Schmidt. Quigglc. Sysluk. Nivcrs, B. I.zu'snn. Bjnm. lug- ,l'llUl'gCSUll. nl'I'gYll'Ul11. KllClIL'l'2l. Row I: NVZIICVHIZIII. Wulli Senior Band Presents Modern Music, Page 15 IMI: X mlurfixl sight uhich cxcrxflnr enjoys is Ihc nlrum l112li0lk mul nlznjrwcllcs. Slllllllillgf B. Xclson. llcmllm-1: Yun l'ruosdx, Bluichuclul. K.. Xclsrm. Knvcling: Hngrn. limmuns. Bvlrm Righl: ,X11Hl1iIi1ll'NlL'l1Clll :Ill hzlskvllmll spcflallors ix lhl' svnim hum! luullcml in thc 'Wlllllibilllll i , Sine. Brand. Wtaut. Dillnners. lfolet. Haley, Xlondeel, Naylor. Hagen. Nleuser, Yun Prousdy. CZ. ulensen, latis. Roltin-.c:n. , , . . K lfsse. Clrznn. Reese. Hendritksun. Kltarniclv. Hanou. Gunderson. Hermausrrn. Etmnons. Grotenhuis. 5'lma. Jaltiti. Westcott. Clreeno. Rott 3: tl. Nelson. Pt. Xel-on. Bleichwehl. Clendler. Performs At Games In New Uniform .X Iiult' Knutson -on. get-together for lnoliu' and Hntinl Standing: lfmmons. Cram. Yon Berg. Sitting: lfsre. -len' Adding a splash ol' color to the senior high hand this year were the new uniforms which arrived shortly before school started last Iall. In the school colors ol cherry and hlue with gold trimming and l0XVCl'llnlg plumes, the uniforms were olhcially dedicated at the Mankato football game. September 29. The band participated in several conceris during the year including the lall music concert on November 28 which was dedicated to the Homecoming queen. Margaret Lee Blunt. They also journeyed to Ro- chester, May -1, lor the annual Big Nine Music Fes- lival. l'erl'orming intricate marching patterns at the loot- hall games, marching in several parades and playing at the fair were all hand activities, under the direction of Mr. L. Emmons. A small picked group of hand members, known as the pep hand, played for assent- hlies and haskethall contests. In charge ol hand activities this year were: Roger Naylor, president: Peter Mondeel. vice president: Carol I.indell. secretary: and -leamie Cady. treasurer. Page 79 Variety Seen ln .-Xssistanfe was given to the juniors and seniors in their class plays by Miss Georgia Pengel, dramatics in- structor. An all school play, "Alice in Xl'onderlantl", also aroused school interest. Drama Cluh niet every Iwo weeks to plan and discuss ways ol' raising needed lunds. One ol its projects was selling stationery engraved with a tiger and .-Xlhert Lea High School in red and hlue. There were 25 engraved sheets, 25 plain sheets and 25 en- velopes included in every pack sold. Living animals were used in two ol the plays: a tat in "Alice in XVonderland" and a dog in "Cheaper hy the Dozen", the junior class play. These helongetl to students who owned tanie pets. .Xlxove: Bev Springliorg. .loan Peterson. Helen Wayne. Gene Sorenson. Mark Yoenians and lfranlv Reese give the set a linishing lUlIl'll helore opening night. , D Center: l rotlueing a radio play are Gene Sorenson. Sliiiley l'ennyson. -lolin Wedge. larltss -lorgenson. 'lanet -lenseu. llarley llagtnnnn and Dale ,lt-nsen. llottotn: lllespian Ulllt'l'l'5 l.ois Iluenioeller. l.tinell Barr, Sally Anderson :intl Nlaigaiet l,ee Bl tltll. 'age Stl THliSl'I.XXS: Row I - Sallv Anderson, Marjorie Hellie. Mar- garet Lee Blunt. Row 2: Sue Steil. M a ri l y n Hendrickson, Bonita Levine. Geraldine Nord- tx fl: Nlarv Knutson. Betty Wright. l'anl Crotenhnis. Row el: Donald Sondrol. Dick l.intlell. Warren liinnions. Dramatic Activities Forming the inner core ol' Drama Club is the Na- tional Thespian Society which contluets two initia- tions per year in ortler to proyicle an opportunity lor new members to join the national society. ln ortler to become National Thespians the mem- bers must earn at least ten points by working on make-up, costumes, staging, prompting anal other com- mtttees. Alter one becomes a member ol' Thespians he may tlirect plays with the Drama Club members constitut- ing the cast. In this way all gain experience. The ollicers ol' the Drama Club this year were: Robert Schmidt, president: Robert Miller, vice pres- iclent: Sally Antlerson, secretary: Marjorie Hellie, as- sistant secretary: l'aul Grotenhuis, treasurer: and Grace XVZISIIIOCN, historian. YT 'I'HliSl'I.-XNS: Row l-Marilyn Esse. Lois lluemoeller. planet Jensen, Mar- garet lhompson. Ron' 2: Beverly Springborg. lirliss jorgensun. Marlene ,Xntlerson. Thelma -latobson. Row 3: Bill Kurhera, john XN'c-tlge. Grace Was- moen. Row I: Lowell Barr. Robert Sehmitlt. Above: Bob Verdootn, Philip Yan Beck antl Le Roy Yan Proostly prepare for the curtain to rise. Center: Fintling that co-operation helps get things clone are Charles Sanborn. Shirley lenttyson, Bev Knttdson, Helen Xlktyne :mtl Aloyee Karl as they apply last minute make-up, Below: Drama Club ol'- licers f Grave Wasmoen. Sally Antlersun. Marge Hellie, l'aul Grotenhuis antl Robert Sehmitll. F' W Page Bl SPANISH CZLLB: Row 1-Donovan, C. Hanson. Register, S. Reed, Robb.-I. Anderson, Folie. Poehan. Row 3: Lysne. lirpen- lflendriekson. Rasmussen. Cendler. Row 2: llehring. Hagen. bach. Kron, Yoemans. Dirkson. Lztdlie. Xl. llensen. Bergen. Parlez-vous Francais? - - Si, Si, Senor Records. skits and language games enabled mem- bers ol the Spanish Club to speak the language with more fluency and use it with a wider knowledge. ln addition to studying vocabulary and grammar, they studied the habits and customs of the Spanish people and countries. 'Z-Xrroz eon Leche", "Alla en el Rancho Grande", "The Pinata Song" and "Chia- panecasn, Spanish and Mexican folk songs, were sung. Olhcers presiding over club meetings were Mary .lo Donovan, president: .lean Anderson, vice president, Carol Hanson. secretary: and Dan Bergen, treasurer. ljgfhlighting the club's activities was the annual Christmas party. A Christmas play. spoken in Span- ish dialect and carols sung in Spanish, were presented by the club. ln accordance with the old Spanish cus- tom, a pinata ol' candy was broken. Miss Ruth Bauer is adviser ol' Spanish Club as well as Freneh Club. Sena Mathews, Barbara Tell, Lynne Allen. Barbara Aleusen, Betty Heather and Mar- garet Lee Blunt constitute the club's ntenibership. The Spanish and French Clubs sponsored the "Have-a-Heart" dance together. The Spanish Club supervised the decorating, and the French Club had charge ol' the king and queen coronation ceremony. Both clubs .joined the Latin Clubs in their annual banquet held in the spring of the year. FRICNCIII KZI.l'lS: Allen. Heather. B. jen- sen. Blunt. l'eIl. Nlztthews. Page 82 jl'NIOR CLASSICAL LEAGVE: Row l-Phyllis Carroll. Pat- ricia janson. Margaret Blunt, joan Smith, Ruth jerdee. Edith- ann Nelson, Rita l.ukes. Row 2: Mabel Huber. Niarna Cutts. janet Sullivan. jane Snyder. Dorothy Kooistra, lleltv Heather. Sherman Nelson. Ron 3: Sallv .-Xnclerson, Bettv Seymour. jean Heileman. Denise Denson. Xacliene Dale. Iillen jenson. Row 4: Terence Crowley. joe jacobs. Davicl Head. john Peterson. Roger Slater, Classical-Visual Clubs Promote Interest The .-Xuclio-Visual Club was organized hve years ago for the purpose for providing experienced stu- dents to operate the visual aids equipment. Operating the projector lor various cilasses during the year was I2 senior high school boys. 'l'he boys who had lree hours when movies were to be shown were assigned to operate the projector. Under club adviser, Mr. Irwin Volkman's supere vision, the boys learned how to operate the movie projector, run the slide projector and splicte broken hlnis. As the Auclioflfisual Club is a service club, regular meetings were not held. MOVIE CI.l'B: Row lfaiilo Chaffee, jerry XYillits. Row 2: David Thompson, john Hammond. XVarren Srhlagel, Carv l i l J Being that there was no Virgil class this year, the Caesar Club was formally initiated into the junior Classical League in December. 'l'he Roman Saturnalia. or Roman Christmas, was the theme ol the party which was held in the Home Economics rooms. Miss Clara Berclan is their adviser. This vear. a banquet was held honoring Pan- ,-Xmerican Dav with the lfrencli and Spanish Clubs attending. Ollieers are john Sullivan. president: janet Sul- livan, Eclithann Nelson. co-program chairmen: joan Smith. secretary: and David Head. treasurer. Smith. Row 3: Paul Peterson. Dale jenson. LIBRARY C1l,l' BZ Beverly lrtlesdell, Yvonne .XIltlCl'5Oll. Shirley Al o h a n n s o n, Aleanine xllllllllll. Belly l'il1lSliCl'llll. Klar- jorie Qttam. Librarians and U hers Serve the School Serving at auditorium programs and assemblies is the Ushers Club. an all girl organization under the direction of Miss Clara Berdan. They greet and seat the people attending these allairs. The Ushers Club was organized live years ago and has been serving the community ever since. The club emphasizes courtesy and friendliness and strives to better public relations. The girls have no uniforms, but must dress either lormally or inlormally according to the type oli pro- gram which is to be presented. In the spring ol the year. Betty Blake was elected president and. therefore, acted as head usher lor this year. .-Xt the close ol the year, inexperienced ushers are taught how to usher correctly and properly for next year s service. ITSHIERS CII.l'B: Row l-Marna tlutts, Caroline Nlarliacek. Rita Lukes. Betty Blake. lidithann Nelson. Carol M. Jensen. Marlene 'l'app. Row 2: Betty Flaskerntl. Marian Nielsen. lillen Iensen. Nlabel llnber. I.a Yonne Van Rvstryk, Norma ,'Xasen.'Denise Denison. Row 3: Gretta Bierke. Janice Carlson, Sally Ander- lhe seven members ol' the Library Club spent their lree periods every day helping Miss Mabel Rawl- ings. librarian. Shelving and Checking books. typing and presenting overedue slips to negligent students are some ol' the duties accomplished by the members ol' the club. XVhile ollierine' it valuable service to this school. U the girls in this organization are also compiling a wealth ol' useliul inliormation on how to choose inter- esting and wholesome books and magazines. lhey also learn to select books lor the school li- brary. the proper handling ol new books and the liling and relerence work necessary belore the book is liled lor use on the library shell. .Xlthough a large percentage ol Miss Rawlings' assistants are not planning on becoming librarians, the knowledge they have actluirecl will prove helplttl. son. Margaret Blunt. Dolores lVogen. Xztdiene Dale. Nlarion Peterson. Barbara ltljlll. Delores Nielsen. Row -l: Blariorie Quant. Ruth blerdee. Solseig Storviek. Dolores Delgado. .Xlice lflim. Phyllis Carroll. Beverly Nelson. yleanine Nlaiden. Xlabel llaroldson. was Xe. .gw x fa A ir l iff. I fm.. V .-ee 7 ,. 'fi aff , 5 .Q-ii .. :.L, . 1 , -Ut -If X, sei! . ,Q Row l. Margie Axelson. l'atrici1i Bok, Norma -Inlnison. M:n't'ella l'iert'e. Row 2: Carol lillingson, Helen liron. Dorotlir Hunt. livelyn King, Darrel Lantle. Row 3: lcrrx' lillI'llS. Ignatius Sullixan. joseph Girlz. .Xrthur Antler- son, Russell jtsnst-ri. Rav Gold. The Red Cross Goal ls to Help Filling a gilt Chest highlightecl the work ol' the l?l5ll-5l senior high Real Cross Council. The chest which was sent almroacl, was linancecl by a clrive inacle in the lall and hy honreroonis contributing supplies or money, asitle lroin their inenilmership clues. Other projects were sending gills to rest hornes in the City antl to the Veterans' Hospital in Minnea- polis. 'l'hose who heaclecl these projects were llerry liurtis and Margie :Nxt-lson, co-cthairnien: Pat liok, treasurer: and Pat Prosser, secretary. Row l: Maxine Peterson, .Nrlcnc Peterson, Nanry Follst-st:ul.-lezrn- elle Wong, Carolyn Sclrneicler, Joanne Voigt, Kat Hill, Jeanne Heather, Mary Ainbroson, Becky Fletcher, Helen Stieler, Mary li. Others ln the junior high each honierooin lillecl at least one sinall gilt liox with some lilling as many as six. These were sent alrroacl in April. The Sunshine Club, which was 132111 ol' the junior high council, sent carcls to rest hoines on holidays ancl to vhiltlren who were injuretl or hospitalized. Mary Ii. Nelson antl Howard Hcekes acted as lc-atlers lor the groupg Carmen Iinnnons, secretary: and Carolyn Schneider. treasurer. Sponsors lor these groups are Miss Olive johnson anal Miss Lucy Houli- han. Nelson. Row 2: Virginia Nznavertnl. Nancy Sclnnitlt. Shirley cillflilllllllllig, Joanne Overgaartl. Shirley Olson. Llerrol loslrutl. Ronald Meyers, Howard Heekes. Darlene Varlanml. Page 85 They Train For T morrow's Careers Qltimdggg mmm, Wfhfwswtun ff 'W' 'rv-, S Diverse t 4. t E fi Q I ss Page S6 he Ks, , , f l g, YOC.X'I'l0XS: Top. Row I-Hillel hlatcohson. lwyllzt Yzuiclerf matte. Lucille Carlson, Dora Nelson, .Xrtlis il-Ffllfdll. 1.u .Xnn .Xtn:tn. Row 2: lim Xian Attig, Margaret Hetlslrotn. Loretta Nelson, -lune plenson, .Xrlene llengsteg. Violet lfink. Coleen Stephen. Nlr. Norman Bailey. Row 3: Dale Buss, Phillip john- son, lixellyn Coskeson, Lorraine Christiztnson. Lois Palnler. Le Nloyne Skull. Delano lfineh. Rott 1: Slmron johnson, Cecil Jenson. Charles Steitller. llztvid Oehs. Roh Peterson. Roger Hel- lentl. Center: Hztlel Nlatrolmson Iioltls cloth lor 21 customer. But- toini Dale Buss and Le Moyne Skull' discuss sales. Diversilietl occupations is a course ol'l'eretl in Al- hert Len High School lor those who do not plan to go on to college, hut are interested in gaining knowledge antl experience in some tlehnite trade. Stuclents taking this course are given two eretlits lor itg one lor their work on their respective jobs and one lor their stutly ol' tlirersiliecl occupations during class in the high school. .-Xclvising the group is Mr. Norman K. Bailey, who instructs thein in English and cliversihetl. They are excused at l iam. to go to their place of eiuploynient where approximately 28 hours of their week are spent. The 28 nieinlzers ol' the class work in grocery stores, olliees, garages. restaurants and department stores in the business tlistrict. 'l'lie tlix'ersilication class itsell includes training tl1e students to cope with any situation that might arise, whether it be in buying and selling or in office practice. 'lliey learn to unclerstand and interpret husiness situations antl work harmoniottsly with peo- ple they rome in Contact with. Photography Club Develops Pictures lztking, developing and printing the pictures lor the ililGl'R and ,KH LA HA SA wzts the work dune hy the lllmtugtttplmy Clluh this pztst sclumol year. The urgztnifatitnr, under the guidance ol' Mr. 'Ilunnzts Slettehaugh, held its meetings every Monday. 'l'he orgunimtion is ttnnposed ol' I2 boys and three girls. This total nlelnhership marks an inereztse of 50 new nlelnhers mer last year's. Ollieers elected hy the inenibers included Gordon Swztrd, president: .lohn Minor, vice president: :tnd llztrhztrzt Robinson, secretary. . 1 Leztrning tml' Y2l1'l0llS new techniques ol work in the dark romn and proper und more ellieient tech- nitpze lor the old method ol' developing the pictures were the lnztin projects nl' the club. New equipment the club purchased included u new Bush eznnerzt ztnd lwtl new developing tanks. This new t'tlllllJllICIIl will provide l7CllL'l' pietures which they are always striving to improve. 'Ihe tluh which makes must ol' the pictures lor the yeztrlmrmlt :ind school paper had their work hann- peretl when the electronic' Ilash unit was broken. De- spite the tlelzty. they lllilllklgftl to prnvitle the pictures. l'll0lOGR.Xl'HY C1I.l'l5I I'0p f BllI'lJ2ll'1l Rtlhinsun. lflztnlt Reese. Ciurdtxn Swurtl :nnl Sznulrat Szthin inspett the Pltutugrztpliy tllulfs new tannerzt. Right: lleseluping pittnres ure Dean t.reenu. l"I'LlIlls Reese. lltlnztltl Sontlrul. glint Wendell. Virginia lhoinzts, Below: Row I: Nelson. Reese. Swztrtl. Sulmin. li. Rulminstln. Ron 2: lillI'll9. Hxtgnunnt. R. blensen. Xlinnr. K-reeno Rxztn. TV Pztge s7 .NH LX HA SA EDITORS: 50211011-f1l1l1S. 1,iut1e11. Dale. Blunt. Stantlittg-Naylor, Hentlritkson. Hellie. Butlzthl. Wolf, lE?'S?Uf4'5 NYT? Tiger Staff Toils XVa1king into 113 l'.,'X. on a night alter school, one woultl lintl the 1951 'l11GliR stalf working' on your yearbook, using the thente. "Gateway to the Future". Co-etlitors of the '1'ttst:R have the position ol' see- ing that all the material is linishetl on tinte. X'Vatchf ing and planning the budget carelully to get the an- nual publishetl are the business managers. Literary etlitor has the task of checking the copy as the writers ttll'I1 it over to her. Other stall' tnetnbers are tlivitletl into groups front two to live. The groups are circulation, aclntinistra- tion, classes. sports, features and organizations. ln September, some ol' the stafl' members went to the annual Minnesota State Press Convention at the University of Minnesota where they spent two days comparing their books antl newspapers to other schools. Mankato was the next town of interest to the yearbook writers. In October they travel:-cl there to see yearbooks with ,-X11-.-Xnteritan ratings antl heartl t'ritit'istns ol' their 1950 book in the hopes ol' bettering' thetnselves for work on the 15151 ilqlfiliili. '1'1G1iR E DI 10 R S: Stautling- l,evine,CIat1y. BUSINESS NTXNXCQ' ERS: Hunt. Ht-11ie, TIGER ST.-XFIF: Holznt ll. Hanson, lfltther, li. Nlaehacek, C. '1'hotnpsun. fleet-,Xie1st'tt. Standing: Cotltlztntl. M. Sorenson. Antler- son. Page SH XVilh the .-XH LA HA SA publication ol' l"ehruzn'y 18, the junior journalists reached their goal-tliat ol' having complete responsibility ol the school paper. Many in the group had some journalistic hatk- ground in junior high. 'l'he Student Directory was the lirst venture ol' the class. Since the lieginning ol' the year. they have obtained ads lor the edition. Heading the work as editor-in-chiel' is Lois Buss- tnan. She is assisted hy Margie .Nxt-lson and Luzettzt Anderson in the rapacities ol' Iirst page editors. Har- ing charge ol' the editorial page are Vztlhorg Nordzunie and janet lleusen. Editing the third and sports pages are Gayle Gunderson, Janet Skaar and Keith lfligge. lixhihitinv' the sut't'essl'ul profess ol' the Student Directory , , , . ,. ' sales are Rxelson, l5leic'hwehl. Seliaeller. Minor, I.. Ander- Dali -lelhen' lcslmulvely' mn' Seeking to make the An LA HA SA hetter than ever. the .juniors have faced many problems. One among these was the absence ol their instructor, Miss Edna Gerrken, due to illness. 'H .. . rf .... . 'K' iii ' .. - --t., a t rf?.f' fQ 5', - ' .j K . V iix ifEn:QE, V.5 .V is! :., x In Eff lf 5 Y lg, ' - I ' ..,, J I E I J ll L If LIUNIOR lIOITRNAI,lS'lxS: Row I-Minor. Axelson. Prosser. dauue. C. Hanson. S. Nelson. jorgensun. Fligge. Row 1: Il. Sclmeller. NI. Peterson. Reed. Skazlr. Wayne, il. kjensen, E. Peter- llensen. Seymour. Gunderson. Loper. Henson, Kuuclson. Antire- son. Row 2: Holl'an'th. Skaff, Flim, Sanborn, Bleiehwchl, I.. sen. YOSl1l1lllS.l'il4lll. Springborg. .-Xnderson, Tennyson. Sullivan. Ron' 3: Bussman, Brors, Nor- if 1 l Page S9 wtf ,Huw lkip. Left: Platnning tltc ntnnurons cu-nts tthich tztkc plzttc in the high ncltoul cztrnixitl xptztmxrccl ln thc Honor Society :irc l'il2lil'lNCIl Ktidit-rat. Httcinnfsllcr. Ilcntlrirkxon. OFFICERS: Right-jim lingun, prcxitlcnt: Nl:t1'jtn'ic Hullic. treasurer: liill , . . . . t ktitltvru, xttc pu-siclciit: Lztml Ltndcll. accrctztrx, 1 Honorary Organization Leads Students HONOR SOLIIICIRY: Row I-Httcniucllut. li. Lexinc. S. .Xtitlctv 2: W. Ktlt'hct':t.C1:ttly. NIztc'h:tc'L-L. M. Hcmlrickson, lingcn. liatrr. mn. R. Xlxulson. Btttlsthl. NI. Hcllic. KZ. Lintlcll. Blunt. Rott XI. Knutson. Hunt. Stttrtl. SPRING lNl'l'IA'l'ES: Stantling-Peterson. Huber, Clube. Wasmoen, 'l'ln'oIson. Seated: Speakers Hudson, Hunt, Sturtz. Burr, Society Stress s Leadership, Service "I pledge myself to uphold my high scholastic standing, to hold as fundamental and worthy an un- tarnished character, to endeavor courageously to be a leader and to give of myself freely in service to others. In so doing, I shall prove myself worthy of a place in the Albert Lea Chapter of the National Hon- or Society". Repeating this pledge, ll deserving seniors were added to the National Honor Society November l at the fall initiation. They were selected on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership and service-all of equal importance. To make the ceremony highly impressive, the names of the initiates are not revealed until they are called to the back of the auditorium by the secretary. Each is then furnished with a lighted candle and led down the two center aisles by two conhrmed members. Pins are then presented on the stage. Although the society sponsored many activities, a carnival was the largest money-making project. All funds obtained from this event were distributed to the more needy organizations of the school. The chief purpose of the group is to make students more aware of themselves as they and others see them. Service projects such as the "Hall of Dimes" and the "Have-A-Heart" drive were also under the Honor Society's auspices. Twenty-live dollars was donated to the Christmas Seal fund as well. It is definitely a non-profit and service organization. New members were also added at the spring initia- tion, in which both juniors and seniors were admitted. The same oilicers planned the induction. They were: .james Eugen, presidentg l'Villiam Kuchera, vice presi- dent: Carol Lindell, secretaryg and Marjorie Hellie, LFCHSLITCF. Principal Forest L. XVi1lcy acted as adviser for the honorary group. Page 91 W. ,Q W V3 SP RTS ,-,, Tiger co-cztptztins, Richard Creeugo and Peter Yeldnntu. prepztre for at home game. Pete pulled the Tigers from seiettll distressing sittuttiotts with his terrific punts. Dirk selected :ts the 'Iiger "I'l:ner of the Year." Discussing past eients of' the lflifl fnothall season is Head Coztclt Gordon Lelieau tsezttedj. and his assistants. Lott Olson tleflj and I1-Roy Xlztas triglttl. .R was the Ieztdtug ground garner for the ltgus, .md nas Grid Machine Gains 'l he fXlhert Lea gridmen finished their l95fl sea- son with a record of one win and seven losses. The lone witt was chalked up when the Tigers defeated Winona. l?l-7. in their last conference game of the season. The first Bengal defeat was by a score of 27-6 at the hands of a strong South St. Paul team. Owatonna then invaded .-Xhhott Field to emerge victorious. 28-fl. over Coach Gordy LeBeau's gridsters. Alter losing three consecutive games to Faribattlt, Mankato and Rochester, the Tigers lost the Home- coming game to Austin. 2l-6. Richard Greengo tallied the cherry and hlue marker witlt a dazzling 79-yard run. The Bengals gained a moral victory over Austin when they held the Scarlets to their lowest margin. Emerging with individual honors were Dick Greengo and Pete Veldman: Dick placing on The .-1I- lzert Leu liwvtiztg Trilztznelv fXll-Conference team and Pete considered one of the hest long range punters in the state. Seated: Yeldtnan. Greetigo. Row I: Duggan. rlaeltsou. Nint- son. Donmzui. Yokiel. Rohiusou. Vlenson. Ruhle. Rirkheitn, Row 2: Nlttlepsx. Hover. Olson. xlllllgklxllll. Stieler. Simonsott. Sau- hotu. illiristensou, Hammond, Row 3: Halxerson. Ashpole. Hatgtnatuu. Weeks. lflatiztgzut. Alztcohs. Schultz. Skoplizunmer. Needed Experience F r Future Years Une ol the highlights ul' the N50 litmtlmll season was the cletlicatimi ol' the lielclhrntse tm ,Xbhott hill. This slaclittm holcls approximately S00 spectators :intl lit-atttres mtitlern lockers antl shower rotnns. A-X large press box antl a etnicessitnl stantl are also ll1lIJ0l'l2llll lat-ilities til the new high sclnmol statlittm. Also ratctl high is the newly-laitl stxl. ttmsitlerecl to Ire the lmest turl' in Minnesota, which makes np the playing lielcl. Bleachers rm the north antl smith sitles pruvitle a seating t'apac'ity for another lfillll. iliht' sturelmartl, which was llUIlHlL'tl in lil-lf? by the Lions' Club, is now at the top ol' the hill and a new lighting arrangcnient has been installed. The lielcl cletlication took place September 29 when the Bengals met Mankato lor the second home game. Owatonna met thc Tigers here in an afternoon game because of the clclay in obtaining the lighting facilities. lop: Neath blticking at path through the tipptments' tlelense is soplttnntire Ruger xlilllghlsllll tfltij as ,lim XllllL'IJNX tnl'1'it's tht' pigskin for c'misiclt'i'aiImIc xnrtlxtge, Btiltfnn: Beholtl. the nun stautlinml This is thc newest zttltli- lion to the .Xlhert l.e:i scltonl system. llesttles 5L'1lllllf" atppruxi- ni: 'I ilelx R00 Inns. thc stxnltnm has zt well-etltiippetl pressbtmx. 'Wa 'lfiiiw ' L' Q. iw L-EQ.:'s.Y5 .X Ilying tackle by an unidentified Tiger hrouglu down this lxlllllldlltl hack at short distance lroin the 'lager goal line. Following up is Tiger Leo ulztckson. Baby Bengals Possess Potential Vitality A-XL.BER'l' LEA OPPONENTS ti ,.... ,... ..... S o uth St. Paul ......,........ 27 0 ......, ,,,, C Jwatonna ...,..,,f,,....... 28 tl--- -- ,,,,,, Faribault .....,,,,,f. ------ 6 ti--- ,,,,,,,,,a. Mankato ..,,f,....... -----14 6--- --Rochester ,Af,,........v.. --- 7 ti--- --Austin ------ .-.- - ----2l 7 ------------ --Red lX'ing --- .------------ -34 I3 -------- ----- X Vinona ---------- --------- 7 Some ol' the most promising prospects for the l95l season include james Christianson, Toni Donovan, lien Nlztlepsi at-is wt to init-m-pi n pass Aloe Jacobs, James Malepsy, Delano Hovey, Larry Dug- lllllmll lfffflvsll lff1'll'W'I'lPf"'C"l- gan, I-larlyn Haginann, Dick Xlleeks, Roger Olson, Chuck Robinson, Roger Mangskau and Al Simonson. These boys were some ol' the outstanding players last lall and will probably be among next year's hrst string- er players. Although this season was disheartening, the gritlmen showed promise and should go lar in years ahead. Busy :ts little ht-es were the iootlmll inztnzigcrs who issued uni- Iolms and towels to the griclstcrs. Hard all work are Dan Bergen. George Skull. tlluy I-you :md Hill Bergen, llllgl' fill Bringing down Nlankatcfs Arthur tllj are Tigers I.e0 jackson and Dick Berglund. Babg Bengals Display Fighting Spirit XVith the combined efforts ol' Coaches Luther Olson. LeRoy Maas and Gordy LeBeau, the B squad allorded its lti sophoniores and freshmen the experi- ence they will need in years to come. Although finishing their l950 season with a record ol' two wins and four losses, the Baby Bengals showed plenty of scrap and spirit as they chalked up wins over the Alden and X'Vaseca B squads while losing to Freeborn, Owatonna, Mason City and Austin. This year's squad consisted of six freshmen and ten sophonioresz Bill Mathies, Clayton Robinson, Bill Sorenson, Philip Lee, Paul Yokiel and Richard Knut- son: while Ralph Sniith, Dick Maertz, Dean Hain- niond, Dick XVeeks. Dean l-Iernianson, Terry Crowley, Richard Rierson, Donald illllOlll1JSOIl, Jerry Miller and Donald .lacobsen made up the ten sophoinores. Due to their playing ability, Joe Jacobs, Delano I-lovey and Roger Mangskau, three B squad regulars, were moved to the varsity team early in the year. Stating that the sophs and lreshinen have a good group ol' boys, Head Coach LeBeau is hoping that the ellorts put forth toward the Baby Bengals will produce a winning grid squad in a few years, provided these boys retain their interest in the sport. B Squad action against Austin at Abbott Field. Page 97 Bengal Cagers Open Door to Fame Nvwf Top: A typical scene during the cage season. Center: Conch Pzinl Wilke gives nisinzigex' Dick Weeks linzil inslrnclions l1el'cn'e zi game. BUIIOIIII Snziring zu loose hull in the Winoiin mn- lesl ix Leo Sflllllll C315 while Hill Bridlex l27j :mil Dick Nel- son look on. .Xl,lSlLR'l'1,li.X Ol'l'ONEN'l'S E 'll e.,.eeee,,...,ee wells --- ,...,eee-,.. 43 M-J -lii-- .... fJH'2ll0Il!l2l -- -,.. All V 62--. ----Nlilllliillfl --- ----47 I 67--,, - --Blue Ezirlh ---- ----40 b 53--, ,---.-Xuslin ,... ---59 l--" till--, --xnniifaelil --so ' f 50- . --Urzunl Rapids ---- .,,, All ei I ,.---iiilliping eee... ee,, . 44 57 .,.. ---Mason City --- ----64 G0 ..,. ---XVinona --- ----+I 73 e,.. ---Keewalin -- -----IS li9-- ,- ---lfairniont -- ----48 53 ...Y ---Austin ---- ---- l 38 63--,W ---Real Uling --- ---55 53-- - ---Mankato -- ----L19 58--,,- ---Fziribziult -- ----Sli 69 ---- ---Austin -- ---75 Page 98 Tigers Cop Second Place ln Big ine One ol' the highest scoring teams in the state was The Tigers battled their way out ol' a series ol the N50-Sl edition ol the cherry and blue cagers. lies lor the eoreted seeond place in the Big Nine to Under the able administration ol' Coach Paul XX'ilke, gain sole possession ol the position at the close ol the the Tigers built up an over-all record ol' ll wins and regular season. Playing' at Wells lor the opener ol' seven losses. Never. in Coach XVilke's six years ol' the season, an exhibition Contest, the Wilkenien were serviee ttnder the cherry and blue banner. have the inet and thrown baek in an orertinie tilt. Thorough- Tigers ranked below third place in the Big Nine con- ly aroused by this upset the loeals edged Owatonna. lereufe, marking a record to l:e proud ol' in a strong and ripped through Mankato and Blue liarth. ln t'onl'erenee like the Big Nine aggregation. these three contests, the Tigers' "big three" ol the scoring parade, Rabbit Nelson, Leo Schultz and Bumper XYestruui elearly demonstrated their scoring abilities and their smooth lloor plat: .X turn ol events occurred when A-Xusttn invaded the Tigers' lair. Though the Paekers deleated the Tigers, the Tigers reeeired consolation in the lact that .-Xustin's renter was held to his lowest mark up to that ' point in the cantpaign. Hitting tt-Om all spots, Nel- son again took storing honors by dropping in 22 points while xvCSll'lIlll lollowed with IS markers. Northlields Raiders proved no inateh lor the Ti- gers as litunper Westrtnn. playing his usual kangaroo- like game. sank 26 points to tie lor scoring honors with the Raiders' Paulsen. Lelt: llick Nelson shoots. Hlllltrlll, Ron l: Dtttgysni. lflitgge. Donotan. Y. Ruin. RlL'lsllL'lIll. Rte. Robinson. Reardon. Rott 2: Haley, XYeslrtun. l'n'idlex. Hahn. Nelson. 'ikopli:untner. Sflllllll. li. Rtau. Weeks. Page ll!! Players Slnge Nets ln Hot Scoring Pace Engaging in a vacation tournament allair at Hib- bing, the Tigers broke even, defeating Grand Rapids and losing to the host town. The XX'ilke1nen lell to Mason City in a game played on the local court and retaliated at the expense ol' X'Vinona's Xilinhawks. Hit- ting the season's high, the Tigers walked over Kee- watin in a preliminary contest held in Hlilliams Arena, on the University oi' Minnesota campus. Nelson singed the nets for 30 points while Schultz and XVes- trum scored 19 and I5 points, respectively. .-X well-balanced Rochester live had little trouble dumping the Tigers on the huge Mayo Civic Audito- rium court. The Rockets inet the Tigers on one ol' their cold night and were never in serious trouble. Playing a smooth and co-ordinated floor game, the Bengals waltzed past Fairmont. Upon invading Austin the XVilkemen lound a stubborn, well-balanced quintet, and came out second best. The Tigers then proceeded to break the seven-game winning streak belonging to the Red XVing Nlingers, a crew of speed' sters. l'op Lett: Dick Nelson drives in in the Blue lfarth game. Top Right: "Looking for this?" Nelson, Rickheim. a Red Wing player and Hahn scramble for a loose ball while the sphere has other intentions. Bottom: Hahn plus live inches would haue snaretl this rebound from Austin's Haldorson. lu background are Nelson. Schultz. Westrum and an unidentified Tiger. Page lllli TVCSIFUIII chalked up I9 points for the second consecutive game as the Bengal aces squeezed past Mankato. The game was a thriller, with the lead changing hands every lew minutes. A two-point edge gave the Tigers a win over Faribault in their linal con- ference game. Two lighting squads rang up the score- board at a blistering rate as the Austin powerhouse edged the Tigers in their linal game ol' the season. lop: "OIL l gut it!" Diek Nelson llLll'l'lf gtiilms :i relitmnntl :against Winona. Centex: Lentling thc storing pzirzitle :incl l't'llll'lllllQ, next wexn' :nv Clziyton Westruin, Dick Nelson :intl Leo Sljlllllll. -umm, Rottom: "XYlm's gnzirtling mlm?" Wes- trtnn guts ai wlmttiitl :is Nelson jumps haick. Staintling :it left :ire llritllcx C273 :intl Rut'lieste1"s Hnrnznt. Cupping st-oring lmnors in Big Nine play was Rabbit Nelson, who plzuiecl secrmtl with 170 points. Rabbit totaled 71 lieltl goals and sunk 28 lree throws. Also finishing with high scoring ll0Il0l'S were lgllllllkfl' x'VCSlTl1Ill and Leo Shultz. Btnnper placed sixth with a l4l total while Leo lollowecl next with IZ5. All three ol' these boys will he returning next year as well as Ervin Ricikheim. Keith lfligge, Dick Berg- lnntl. 'llmn Donovan, Bill Briclley and Don Rye. 1 Although the loss ol' Dean Hahn. Bill Ryan :incl Mike Skoplianuner will be felt keenly, Clozlcli Xllilke will have 21 strong '52 team with this years B's. Page lOl eserues Show Promise For Future lwu soplnnimrt-s who naw Zltillllll on the .X xtlnatl during the lam part ol the seamn. lion Rye and Bill liritlley, are also likely prospects lor next yeztrk squatl. .-Xnother li mqnatl veteran inovetl to the varsity xtltiatl nas Roger Schultz, who ehalketl up U7 points during the season and who will Ilftbllillllf' he ainong next year's potential players. Hritlley antl Ralph Dahl Iullnwetl next lor nturing lltJll0l'5 with 439 antl 62 points, respeetix'ely. Rye linishetl with a total ol' 52 points while Roger Klang'- Sliilll coppetl 50, Don Nelson hil lor 29. Delano Hover and Ruger Wangen chalketl up 2-l antl Delhert Hueve. Don Ulentlt. .-Xrlixs Hachtle and -Iue Alafohs had 22, I7. I2 and nine points, respet'tively. The highest game average was cuplxetl hy liritlley, who averaged 9.9 markers per game. Schultz and Dahl were close sectontls with averages ol 8.8 antl 6.2. The varsity should have a well-ronntletl Ntllllltl lor '52 il these soplimnorem maintain their interest. lop: Rirkheiin winks a lung one! tit-nter: Bwqtiaul t'nzit'lies Curclon Lelleatl and I.nt1 Olmn cmnplt-letl their hrsl year together: il wry Nllt't'1'NSllll one. lilllllllll l,ell: R. Sflllllll tlrixew arountl lAl1lltlU1'iUl1. Right: Snph ll. llritlley lires one up lm' thc I'igt'rx. dmv. gn 'Wt P14 102 Bee Finish Season In Fine Fashion 35-- ---XVclls .... ---27 31---, ..--c,YN'2llOl1lla -- ----26 39--, ---Mankato - ----28 LI7--- ---Blue Earth --- --- 8 29--- ---.-Xuslin --- ---23 sl0--- ---Northfield - ---29 'l5--- ---Emmons -- ---36 25--- ---Xvimmn -- ---26 34--- ---Rochester -- ---29 fLl--- ---Fairmom --- .--3:3 39--- ---Austin ---- , ---L10 30-H ---A Reserves --- .---32 30-D ---I'.2ll'ilJ2lllll --- ---26 Top: Row l-R. Nlzixxgskzul. Czmrdcr. nl. Hurt, Nelson. Bzacllllu. Nlunzigcr Bergen. Row 2: Wendt. Dahl. Wnngcn, Hocve. R. Schulu. Jacobs, Hovey, Bottom: R. Schull! shouts an long one from lhc side ol' lhc court. Page 103 Below: Suite wiextlers Iezixing lor Nlinmxipolis. tleiit lU Tlglllj Pele Yelclnntn, -lov Kelli. I':tul Cullu- hnn and llzirrel I,ztntle. 'l'E.XNI: Kneeling--loc :intl john Kelli, li. Exams, l'. Cllllklllilll. D. Greengo. Standing: KI. Dale, D. Laude, T. Crowley, I'. Yokiel, C. Jenson, P. Yeldman. Matmen Gain Getting lust niinutc zitliice lil'Olll flozich LeRoy Mains is Dick Greengo, while I'ztul Cztllztliain. Dztrrel Lzintle. Runnltl Severtson :incl Pete Yelthnztn listen. The Albert Lea Tigers cliinaxecl their most spec- tztculztr lllkll season when little -Ioe Kelly and lieztvy- weight Pete Velchnan cupped stale clizttnpionsliips. Coach LeRoy Maask nizttinent liniahecl their 19504 'Bl season with a Big Nine recorcl ol live wins and one loss, resulting when the Tigers challenged Faribault l'or the conference crown. The Bengals linishecl even in exhibition matches with a win over Blue Earth. 32-3, while losing to Britt, 30-IO. The Mztasinen won the Region One title by at bc-ore ol' 37-36, nosing out second place Faribault by zt single point. Through wins by Kelly, mat-captain Paul Callahzni and Velthnan, the Tigers placed fourth in the state with I6 points. The other Tiger travel- ing to the state tourney, Darrel Lantle. was eclgecl out. 3-2. hy Ron Malcolm of Blue Earth. l Page IO! Prestige As Kelly, Veldman Take State .Xl.BER'lA l,1i.X Ol'l'ONliN'l'S Eli ,.-,,, - ,,.- ---Owziluiiiiu -- ,,,..e.,, --22 lll--- ,,,, ---lgl'lll -- ,Y,,,,,,. -----E50 2,l--- ,,,.... Austin .e.,,,,.,....., ,,,... l li 28 ,,,, ---Nurllilield -- ,,......, --lfl fi8--- ----------- XViiiu1izi - --- ------- ------- 7 lEI--- ------- Rocllcxlci' ---------------- - I7 El2--- ----- ---Blue Ez1i'1l1-- ------ ----- 3 I5 ---------------- Ifarilmauli ------------ ---26 llzirrcl Lamlc zuicl Pclc vClLll1l2ll1 were the only Tigers to L'lllCl'gk' lmm umiiliciuicc lIlZlli'llCS llllClC'l.62llCll. lnulll lizxviiig ll rccmxl ul Iivu Wim plum one lic. fiilllllllll Paul Clallalizin l'ollowccl with ll rccorcl ol lhrcc wins, imc: 1515! Nl'C5lllIlg ulplain l'iul Cilliliui incl Connell 1,1-Rm Nlzins, Bclow: lolm Kelly riding, our ai BlllCil'illl'lll Ulrptlllclil. Blllllllll Lult: l'iul Cznlluliziii lircuking oppum-nl lo the 111111. llclow Right: Pclc Yclilmam stopping ll Blue l"ll'll1 llCLlXXNk'lglll lrmii uncalpllig. lwu mlruws and one llCliC2lI. 'lliougli lic will lic lizmipcrcml by llic znlisviicc ol 21 1951!-'il B squad, Clozicli Mans still han El lol of poten- lizil power in llic Kelly Lwim. Eugene Evzuis, Terry Clrowley, Hzirlyn l-lzignizuin, Carl hllcmmi, Dick NIZICYIL :incl Iimzslmizm Paul Yokicl. s-....,..,.-uv-f nge 105 Track Team Continues Winning Ways, Rem I: Ktuherzi. llerglnnd. linrtis. George, Greengo. Row 2: Grulme. Skophzunmer. Yeldnmn. Nlznlepsy, nlenson, l-Izinnnond. Taking part in eight meets were the H150 track- men coached by Mr, LeRoy Maas and high assistants, Nlr, Orlyn Burgess and Mr. Cordon Lelieau. The ligers wrm the .Xustin triangular meet and the Dis- trict meet which was held on the Austin held. In ztdditiun, the team placed third in the regional meet, sixth in the Big Nine meet and seventh in the lfarihzrult relays. They placed ninth in their class in the high Carleton invitational meet, and entered a selected squad in the St. lhrnnas meet. ,img i East My 7 kk :jig iii' I M i is Ei A Page 100 :XlISlill 'l'riangular--, ,..,, lfirst place liilfllllillll Relays .,,.,, .,,,. , ,,,Sex'enlh place Clzlrletrni lnx'itational--, --,Xinth place in Class M St. 'lihfnnas lnvitationaln, ,, --el'icked squad only District at Austin ,... -,.,,,l-'irst place Regional at Austin .,,.,, -,,,'l'lii1d place liig Nine at State at U. ol' Nl.e,,,, ,-Sixlh place fiouclies Burgess, Maas and Lelieziu led the lU.'.U cindermen to Sllfl CSN. Captures District Title, Third ln Region 'l'wo lecolrclx were set Lllll'lllQ' llle SCZISUII and 21 lllllill l'l'K'Ul'il was liell. fill2ll'lCS Easier set ll llew dis- ll'lC'l and school l'Cl'tll'Kl ol 5' lifll' lllC high ,illl zlllml lllkf SSO ylrml relay llflllll wel Zl new l'el'o1'cl, going' llle lll5l2lIl4'C ill l:Fl7.-l seconcls. The lC?llll was COIIIA posed ol' lllllll, Grulle. R2lSl1lllh5Cll and DCl'glllIlll. Yele Cl'2lll lloel llllill, llle only liger lo l'CZlfll llle Sl2llC llleel, liell llim reeorcl ol' 2-1.2 seconcls lol' llle low lllll'KllL'S. He set this l'Cl'0l'Cl cluring llle previous season. 'lilllf lJl'il5l7L'l'llX e lilll' llle lEl5l track sezlsoll is very llriglll lIlKlCL'll. als llle sqlizul lost only llllll' ol IIS 1110111- llels ll1l'UllQ"ll gfililllilllllll. Ivzlll Cil'flICIlllLllS, -Ioel Upin, Cllzlrlen l'12l5lCl' and Gilllerl XVllllSOI1 were llle llidllilfllllg lCllCl'lIIt'II. ll1l1lJSCl'Cllll'l1lIIglUIllC'l'lg'L'l' lille lllJ2lI'C lllIll0llJll Cirulle. .lerry Blll'1lS. Dick BCl'glllIl4l and Bill Kuchera, who will mn llle llamlles: Dick cil'CCllg'0. who runs the IllllK'1 Pele Ykfltllllllll Zlllll Curl Alensell are l'Cl1ll'Illllg' lo throw llle weiglllx l,2llll Sli0IJll2lIlllllCl', llle high jllllllll Zlllll Alilll hl2llL'IJSf'. who will Ilzl1'licipzlle in llle llroacl lllllllb zlilil MHIIC ll2l5ll evenlx. .Xsicle l'l'Ol1l llle lCllCl'- Illl'lI lllillll new pl'mpec'Is are expeflerl lo llll'll out. .Xllovci Dick DCI'gllII1ll SlJl'lIll5 zlcllm llle llllJC lu Hill llle 220- lzml clzlmll. lllilflllg SCL'0Illl Zlllll lllilml. lexpeclively. ill this llis- iltlll event were lflsllel' i.XllSlIIlj :ind Dirk R1lWIllllY5L'll r.Xl.. lzll leIl,j liollolll Lell: lllrow llml lJl2lllCI', Pele vl'lIllll2lll. Bol- llllll Cienlerz Ruilllers. lo your illzlrkw! HICITE llurlis :incl -Illll Nl2llCI5Sf. liollonl Right: Curl -IUIISCII. XClL'l'ZlIl Tiger weiglll- ll lllllll. New wel I0 throw llle slloll Page IUT :intl Dick klohnson look on., Good Fortune Smiles On Future Pros llelow: Buniper Westruni, .Xlliert l.e:t's District, Regional. Stnte :intl Big Nine Nlcdzilisl for lflill. Right: KL-ith lfligge lllllli while Bill Ruin. Clanton Wt-strum Coach Stanley Breckner's goll' squad placed sec- ond in the State Tournament, losing only by two strokes. After copping the Big Nine championship with an undefeated record, they went on to win the District and Region crowns. The District crown was won from Austin who held it lor three consecutive years. Clayton XlVCSl.I'll111, who has held the District crown lor three years, also won the regional and state medalist cliaxnpionships. The loss of Richard C. Nel- son through graduation will be felt keenly. Row I: R. Squires. K. Fligge, I., Wolf, l'. Black. Row 2: Coach Stanley Breckner, R. johnson, C. XVestrutn. CI. Clausen. B. Ryan. D. Head. Not pictured is C. Squires. Page IOS I-. Kneeling: R. .Xt'kl:u1d, Roger jenson. Standing: ll. Monlei. 13. Lintlell. CI. Slietller. liugen. Russell -Ienson. Clozulr Xl. A. 'll1on1pson. Tennis Record Hampered By Weather Placing second in eonlerence play, Coach 'l'onnny 'l1llOI1llJSOlliS netnien went on to eop seeond place in the regional but lost the title to Rochester by the margin ol' two points. The Tigers finished their Big Nine matches with a record ol' two wins and one loss, defeating Faribault. 8-0, and Mason City. while losing to Owatonna by one point. In the Faribault niateh the Bengals won six singles and two doubles with Gary and Richard P. Nelson the only Tigers deleated. Returning an hard drive in a double set at Morin Park is Russell Jenson. ln the l7ill'l'iQI'0lIlHl is R. Arklnncl. .john Gonzalez, Russ .Iensen and lid Forbes were the only Tigers to win lroni Owatonna. NVhile cle- leating Mason City, the Bengals lost one single and a double. 'l'he netters will be hampered by the loss ol' Gary and Doug Nelson, Alohn Gonzalez, Charles Holnuluist and lid Forbes through graduation, However, live regulars, "Rabbit" Nelson, Roger .-Xckland, Roger len- sen, Larry Duggan and .lim Engen will play in lSl5l. -W-WQNMSQ1 seem.. ,N Page 100 ,X CIHEliRl,E.XlJERS: Ninn Hagen. LQIVOIIHC Pznlw. Bexerly Trnesdell. Catherine Nlnlclnwn. Darlene Ilolnnl Rolmerl Selnnimll :Incl Henry Hickey. Enthusiastic Cheerleaders Lead Yell The 1950-lEl:'vl l'llL'6l'lCZlKlCl' squad was one ol' the Alter Ifylblllh lm- lhe li squad clmeerlezuling Nlllll. largest groups ol' eheerleaclers the ALI-IS has had lor Henry Hickey was louncl eligible to join lhe .X squad many years. Two new yells, the Score Yell and the gl-UNI,4,11-lyeclflgmlg-1-5flu,-jug hi, gcnim- H-mg 'lx-E-.VX-M, were lllll'UKlllCCCl. A new scllonl song, "Hoop r Q . I I A h 4 DCC DOH' was m.mL.n by M,-. A101 gg,-ayS,,,,. the KA,x'l'E D lo Annprcne lllCl1' slulls and Ol'lg'lll2llL'. new yells. sports zmnonneer, and presenlccl to the student body M155 LUIS M- 5lX'l1fCl3 ?UlV'WV- 'Wm I1l'2lf'llCW WCUN5 ut Zl pep 2lS5C11llJlf' lo use llll'0llgl10lll the year. lm' llll? A 211141 I5 Mlllflfl l'l1Cl'l'lCHfl1'lN- Il CHEIiRl.li.XlJERS1 Sllirlee llL'lIllllk'lx'llII. Llmlxllle lSleiclxnel'l. . zrizlnnzl Rnsnnnssen and Nlznlene Yenenn. K1 Cll-lliliRI.li.XD- LR5: llillll llemll'n'lw0n. llZlXlll lensen. SlIll'lL'X l.lllNf,ll. CLI0l'in Knncllscin. .Xrlene l'L'lCl'NK!II :Incl 'lr llll binkel. Winning awards in the howling lield were -lohn Nloen, Laklar r-lilifllfll. I,aVern Baldwin, Ralph Smith and Gary Smith, lntramural, Bowling The American -junior Bowling Congress placed Albert Lea's bowling team third among the top ten teams ol' the nation. A state trophy was awarded to the teain lor one year. Each lioy was presented an individual trophy. Mr. Sam Jenkins advised these boys as supervisor ol' howling activities in school. ln the intramural elimination tournament the lN'I'R.XNIURAL KLHAMPS: Thtnnas Reardon. Roger Olson, Lenioine johnson. Lawrence Duggan. Doyle Haley. Laurie Guy and Charles Rohinfon, Caught in action ol' a game were Laurie Guy. Art .Xntlersen and Charles Rohinst n. Champs Win Fame Net Rippers took the championship, while the .joy Boys took second. During the seasonal games Navlork team was on top with four wins and no losses. The .lov Boys were second with three wins and one loss. Following were the Lower Lakers and the AL Pud- dlers with a one-three and a zero-Iour record, respec- tively. These games were held on Monday nights with Mr. Forrest L. lVillev as adviser ol the games. lit k GLX OIWICZERS: Yliirley ilhmnzix. secretzn5-treztsurt-r: Sallx Antlerson. presitlt-nt: :incl Margie .ht-lsun. xirt' president. RFPRl'i5lfX'l'.X'l'lYl'i f1Ol'XKIlI.: Yvonne llzigen. .Xtltlrey xvlllflx. litlythe llleithireltl, Ilztrlene Ilnlztn, N I.ztX'tmtie Parks :mtl hliII'CCll1l Pierce. Girls' Athletic Association Participates Lezulership nl the Girls' .-Xthletie Association fm the '50-5l rear was acttniiplislietl by Sally Antlerson. presiclent: Margie Axelstni, rite president: Shirley Tlitnnzts, setretztry-treasttrer: antl Miss Lois Spencer, utlriser ul' the orgztnifatioii. I,ClllZ Stxlitlxtill sluggers Xlatliel Htther. Nanny Register Pierce. l'11t link :intl Lois Yon Berg on llieir way to Page I I2 Nlzircellat the lieltl. Activities for the year were mt-t'e1', volley ball, lzaaketlmall :intl solitlmll. .-X new tlivision introtlttfetl this periotl was the section on intlivitluzil sports. lin- vaffitif-' in this tlivisirmn ol' deck tennis. hatlininton, minv' 5 D F! A I N pong. ring tennis :intl slitllllelmoattl tfave the CAACVS h at Y2ll'lL'ly ol' sports in which to patwieipztle. lielow: Senior lettermcn tlisplziying their letter Strefttt-rs in rt ping pong game tire Sally Anderson. Nlxirlene Snrenson and Donna Wtmlll. loan Erpenhach shoots as Gayle Egge, Mary E.. Jensen. Darlene Nelson, Mavis Peterson, Dorothy Hollesehau and Marlene Vcnem look on. In Year's Activities Starting the year with soccer, the GA.-Xers swung into the main sport of basketball. Mixed tourna- ments with Mabel Huber, Marlene Sorenson, Lois Yon Berg, Donna NVOIHF and Patricia Bok as captains found I-Iuber's team winning the championship with all wins and no losses to their credit. The class tournaments followed with the juniors winning all their games. The seniors won two games and lost two while the sophomores lost all four of their contests with their upperclassmen. After basketball the girls engaged tliemselyes with volleyball games followed by softball. To earn extra points some of the GA,-Xers participated in hiking. bowling, biking and playing tennis. During the year the organization sponsored sev- eral money-raising projects. A basketball game open to the public between the seniors and the juniors found the -juniors victors, 37-23. Following the girls' game was a men's faculty team versus the intramural champs. They also sponsored several dances during the year. ln the spring they attended the Big Nine Play Day at Faribault and held an initiation for the new members. Waiting lor the return of the birdie in at badminton game ut .Xnita Satuudio. ,Ieanne Robinson. Marcella Kinsley. llztrbztra Tell and Sue Stiel. Page ns FEATURES QUEEN XIARCXR ET Llili Queen Margaret 'l'l1e coronation ceremony, October 13, added the final touch of grandeur and excitement to Honiecotn- ing leslivilies as Queeti Margaret Lee Blunt and her atteinlants-Marljorie Hellie, Marilyn Hendrickson. Nadiene Dale, Jeanne Cady-were revealed to a tense and anxious audience as the curtains parted to the Izeaulilul strains ol "La cil2ll'lllCH. .Xcting as master ol ceremonies, Paul Skopham- mer, Student Council president, escorted the queen lroin her throne, administered the oath and placed a crown ol' red and white roses upon her head. After taking' the traditional pledge, the gracious queen ex- pressed lier happiness and thanks lo the student body. Queen Margaret Lee was Student Council secre- tary, a lhespian and second page co-editor of the Att l..-x HA SA. .-Xs a junior, Marjorie Hellie represented her class at Girls' Stale and co-edited the second page. Being editor-in-chief ol' the An LA HA SA has taken tip most ol' Nadiene lJale's titne. A member of Tliespians. Marilyn Hendrickson was co- editor of the An LA HA SA third page. C0-YliIGl'IR editor, Jeanne Cady. led her sophomore class as president. The queen and her attendants are all members ol' the Na- tal Honor Society and Quill and Scroll. HONIICCOMINC QUEEN CJXNDID.-YIWIES: Marilyn Hendrickson, Marjorie Hellie. Nadicne Dale, Mar- garet I.ee Blunt and Jeanne Cady. :mga 1 ns Reigns Over H mecoming Festivities GORONATION CEREMONY: Paul Skophznlnner. Robert Miller. Peter Yelilinan. Nlarjorie Hellie. Nadiene Dale. Margaret Lee Bllllll, Nlarilyn Ilendrirkson. Jeanne C?lLlY,.Illl1lCS lingen, Rolland Green and Robert Kansa. ln pledging loyalty ol' the l'onr inain fields ol activ- ity, Peter Veldinan represented athletics, Robert Mil- ler spoke lor the draina department, Rolland Green gave the support ol' the music department and James Engen pledged the loyalty of elnbs and aetirities. 'l'l1e queen wore a white lorinal and received a bouquet ol' red roses. The attendants, attired in pas- tel lornlals, were presented with red rose eorsages. Ollieiating as crown bearer was Robert Alan Kaasa. Concluding the royal ceremony, Grace Xllasnxoen sang "My Beautiful Lady", lronr "The Pink Lady". The qneen taking the pledge :intl rereixing lxer crown: Robert Kaasu. Margaret Lee Blunt and Paul Skoplrannner. Page ll7 7' 63 With Colorful Flurry XVith the slogan, "XVhen Tigers Rumble, the Scar- lets 'I'lIllllllC.H the l950 Hoinecoining gaiety coni- nientred with a colorful parade on XVednesday evening, October ll. By 7 iam. the trucks had been transformed-in a flurry ol' crepe paper, scotch tape, bright-colored signs and paints-from the bare conveyances of the after- noon into gayly ornaniented and amusing floats. The judges for the contest were nleiubers of the Board ol' Directors ol' the city's Ch:-tnlber of Commerce. First, second and third place classihcations were awarded by this group with a trophy presented to the most outstanding and original entry. l'pper I.eI'l: Question, "How to heal the Sc:u'lets"-Answer, l'Ulll'IlJSy ol' Drama Clluh, "Se:ild them in at coffee pot, of coursc"g -lohn NIinor's demonstration ol' his inentgrinder tcchniquep 'tiorgeotisl-n'l1o the tm' or the t'amlitlales?": "Applying the finishing touches". Page IIS the Parade Started XViuning the lirst prife in the lltllll eoiiipetiliou was the FFA attrztetiou with its eleyer lzzuiner pro- elainiing "lt's an lftltler Vietory or It's in the Bzigug ti live eow illustrzttetl the slogan. Few will lorget one ol the other prife winners Imeczuise .loey Girtl nizule sueh Zl lieteliing queen lor the senior Hi-Y. As is llilillllhlllll, the snake Clilllflf liollowetl the pziratle. .-Xfterwartls the stutlents gzitlieretl in Morin Park for the blazing honlire and the pep lest. Even though we lost the gzune lfriclzty the thir- teenth to Austin, 21-6, we were eousoletl by the lztet that they were heltl to one ol' their lowest scores ol the season. Our touthtlown was iuzule by C0-filllllllll Dick Creengo in 21 713-yztrtl run in the Iirst period, During the hall' the hzuul, :trrayetl in their color- lul new unilorin, sztlutetl both Austin zuitl .Xllmert Lea. Queen Margaret Lee zuitl her zttteiiclants enterecl with at lizinlzire. Austin erowtls cheered when one ol' their nuniher showed his loyalty to our queen by Z1 kiss. Dancing later in the tleeorzitecl gym to the tlrezuiiy iuusit' ol Mr. Rollo Sisselk orehestrzl. the inenilmers ol the elztss ol' 'Sl reztlifetl they haul pzuiieipzitetl in theii last :intl best Hoineeoniing. l'pper Right: .XLHS iuiliotliites the iuzuriiztge tri Nliss Yietory to Nlr. ligerg Keep smiling. Lloey. niziylme they'll elect you next time: The ferocious Tiger tlirezileus, Page 119 tgc rx -'QS Dreamers Dance Decorated tables portraying "a land where dollar hills are falling oll' the trees" set the pace for the ban- quet preceding the 1950 junior-senior prom. Amid parachute clouds and mural-bedecked walls, awed juniors and dreamy-eyed seniors danced to the music of Al Menke's orchestra. Xlleaving the theme, "A Dreamers' Holiday," into the decorations, the murals depicted a colorful insect hand, ellland scenes, a star-way to the sky and ginger- bread men to transform the gymnasium into a land of dreams, make believe and fantasy. Lending itself to the mood of the dancers, a silver castle-set on a pink cloud and lloating in a blue sky- carried the promsters into a new land ol' magic re- served only for that night of nights. And then, the Grand Mztrelt: Ruth Overgaatrtl, john -Ielliers, Mar- garet Lee Blunt and Richard Greengog YVhere good friends gather: Rohert Reed. Darlene Dolan and Carrol Lindell: After dinner speakers: Paul Skophztmmer. Sally .-Xnderson, Richard Greeugo, Judy Petersen and Charles Wullfg It's lots of work. hut north every hit of it: john Remmel, Aleunne Cztcly. jztnies Eugen, Sally Anderson, Ylarhztra Erickson and Darrel Laude. Reiguing oier the "l'iiCSl1l de C0l'l'2lIOllCS," the annual heart dzuice. were l.:iX'ouue Parks and I'eter Yeldniun. Chosen by the inenilmers oi the senior high lroni xi group ol' six candidates, the pair represents the social life of the students. to Sweet and Jazz Highlighting the social activities of the school were the dances throughout the year. Decorations lor the ai'l'airs translornied the gytnnasitlnrs drab in- teriors into gay and bright lands, putting students in the mood for dancing to the music ol the band. A-Xniong the nieniorable dances was the annual pie social presented by the junior class. The girls pro- vided the tasty, pastry treats and the boys, the money to pay lor these delicious contributions. XVith the theme "Fiesta de Corrazonesf' the heart dance sponsored by the French and Spanish Clubs, featured the coronalion of the evening's royalty, La- Vonne Parks and Peter Veldnian. T5 ,W -ss Y as Hath, 5 C152 is fwfr? 'JM i t . f 'mga as ,ff 5 V 35' - I 5 T 1 3 Q, H is. ' '- ' ' - ---' . i ti .tx x s.. .. .. ,. - -. . ,sg ,,,,. ,wil Lt :Z V ' ' ' -K f' J, ,.. - 2 , , in 6136 V J: t -' T A 5 faxes it 3, ff 7 N:-E ji 2 'L ,F iii'-'.'1'. :t . 2 eff, 1, 3- " f zi- f' nz -. ,. f ,,: t gsgif . i' is Catwalk Cla vers featuriuw' Carol Lindell and Cordon l s 1 , Swarrl. This is ni scene which might he considered lypict of ll school pxirtv Page l lice Visits In Magic Land of Wonder .X av., Fantasy and make-believe summarize the plot ol "Alice ln XVonderland", written by Lewis Carroll and directed by Miss Georgia Pengel. The curtains opened to find Alice, played by Dor- othy Hunt and Margaret Blunt, just falling into a rabbit hole. Here the heroine encounters the VVhite Rabbit, Bill Kuehera, who is anxiously awaiting the arrival ol' the Duchess, Carol Lindell. Following the pleasant journey ol' Alice, the audi- ence travels through such delightful scenes as the Mad Halter's quaint tea party, the Queens eroquet games and the grand finale-the court scene-in which the Knave ol' Hearts, XVarren Emmons, is found "not guilty" ol' the terrible crime of stealing the Queen's, Barbara Erickson, cherished tarts. All ends happily when the heroine awakes to find herself once more in the land of reality. Top: "T'was brillig in the slithy toves"-Lindell, NVedge, Wright, Knutson, Erickson. Barr, Kuchera. Anderson, Blunt, Lindell. Upper Left: "It's no use knocking. 'I'hcre's no one there"-D. Lindell. Blunt, Kuchera. Lower Left: Il's always lea time in XVonderland-Donald Sondrol, Blunt, NVulil. Olson. Page 122 l'pper Right: "I'roceetl iiith the soup up the right Zll'IIlu-xl0llllC. blensen, Sanborn, Weclge, 'lennyson. plorgenson, Hagtnann. Wayne, Hollznth. liztrl :unl hruhe. Bottom: just as the engineer tluectsflxarl, Nlontie. Holl':u'th. Sttnhorn, Steiler. Wedge. nlnrgen- son, Wayne. Hztgmzuut. Jensen. Gruhe, Reese. Gut. Tennyson, Butler and Knutson. A family of redheads dontinated the scene ol' the production "Cheaper by the Dozen", presented by the junior class, March 24 and 215 Carrying the plot of the play, Ernestine, pot trayed by Helen lVayne, and Frank, enacted by Harlyn l-Iagniann, appeared to ntark the lapse of time between each scene That intelligence can bring heartaches as well as happiness was proved by Anne, Erliss -Iorgenson, when she strived to graduate ahead ol her class. Through a series ol' shocking events suci 'ts ie appearance ol' stockings, teddies and boy lriends Nlr. Gilbreth, Ruby Crube, was brought to realiye that young ladies must grow up. '1'hough the task ol' pre- senting these problems was lelt to Anne, a sympathetic' mother, Shirley Tennyson. was a great help. XVhether at rehearsal, or during the performance, a dozen children proved themselves to be "no picnic." f?'H,g Children Prove "No Picnic" E " H ia 513 al Old Maids Frolic lxnessing horror att finding at corpse: Miller. Ienson. Wright tnd Xnderson. Depostting Il body: Schmidt. YN'ill:tdsen. Peslorions. Swztrd and lxeelet. Against. the background ol' laughter, murder and oddities, the senior class play, "Arsenic and Old Lace," continued merrily through its rollicking three acts, The play by Joseph Kesselring was presented May 5 and 7 by the members of the senior class under the supervision ol' Miss Georgia Pengel. Martha and Abby Brewster-portrayed by Betty X'Vright and Barbara Jensen, understudied by Beverly Truesdell and Mary Brooks-were obsessed with the desire to eliminate lonely, old gentlemen. Confusing himself with Teddy Roosevelt was the deheiency ol' Teddy Brewster, enacted by Truman Olson, Romantic interest was added to the plot through the ei'l'orts of Robert Miller and Donna Ray Dombroske. Other members of the CZlSt included: David Hal- verson, Jerald YVendelboe, Ronald Xtlilladsen, Ken- neth Pestorions, Gordon Sward, Arthur Anderson, Robert Scluuidt, XVilliam Keeler and X'Vztrren Slagle. sl ttut Rin l Anderson enson Trncsdell, V'illadscn, Hlendelboe. Row 3: Halverson. Schmidt et N t Rm leslottons Dombxoske Brooks Stvnd and Keeler. Music from other lands was featured at the Spring Concert. Concerts Enliuen Year The concert season of Albert Lea High School was oH'ieially started on November 28 by the combined force ot' the orchestra, chorus and band. This, the first in a series of concerts given throughout the year, was presented in honor of the Homecoming Queen, Margaret Lee Blunt. Opening with 'AThe Clock in the Toy Shop" the annual Christmas Concert, made a little brighter by the many candles, was given by tl1e choruses and or- chestras of the junior and senior high schools. 'l'he third l'0llCCl'l presented by the musical groups was originally scheduled l'or March 3, but tlue to the extreme blizxarcling, the pre-Easter Clonfert was helcl a week later on March IO. Edythe Bleiehwehl, tlrtnn majorette ol' the high school band, contributed to the converts with her ex- ceptional skill at twirling a baton. 'Iihe concert season rlosetl on Hay 15. when a choral group ol' 500 students presenletl a program. The lllllllllll Christmas Concert featttretl the Choral readers who were members of the sixth hour speech class. favs: 'W saga' Page 125 o1L ol His l.il'e": l.2ll'xl7Il. 4le11se11. I,z11'so11, Scl111eiclc1' z111cl Moi'- Players Perform 'l'l1e .luuior High lJl'2llll2l Club is eomposecl of x'z11'io11s eo111111itLees-111ake-u11, stage, crew, 2111 work and llSllCl'lI1g-Zlll ol' wllic-l1 work z11'ou11rl the Masquers' Society. Z1 group c'l1ose11 at ll1e begi1111i11g of the year by Miss Hilclrecl 'l'e1111il1ill, club adviser. The I6 111e111be1's ol' ll1e Mznsqliers' Society are the club actors. l,l'UllllCllUllS ol' the lJ1'a111z1 Club ll1l'0llgll0LlI Ll1e yezu' were three one-acl plays, a lliree-acl play and o11e radio skit. Heading the group as presiclent is Lz11'1'y Wolf, with Iivelyu Jensen, Carolyn Scl111eicle1', Susan Nelson, ljllgilll Siyve and David Lz11'so11 serving the D1'a111z1 Club as vice p1'esirle111, secretary, treasurer 211111 business 111:111age1's. respectively. 1" . Mardi Gras Magic In the lrright festive spirit of the Mardi Gras, the lSl5l Tigers Roar was presented before a capacity an- dience on the evenings ol' January 27 and 29. Robert Schmidt and Lowell Barr, two watchful policemen. starred in the prologue and epilogue. Portraying a renowned lrand leader, Rollie Green emceed the first act. A delightful variety of musical selections were of'l'ered, with Ardella Hanson and Don Hougquist rendering the vocals. Hostess Dorothy Hunt entertained an impersona- tor, Lois Nelson, magician Terry Crowley and an ex- tremely talkative Grace Xlfasmoen at an open house in the second act. These, however, were only a few ol' her guests. The scene then shifted back to the street itself where, among other performers, Edythe Bleichwehl twirled a lighted baton, and colorfully-attired Law- rence Ashleson played his accordion. Betty Wright perfected a fitting climax to the entire Roar when she lamented her "Baisin Street Blues". Upper LeI't: Are they triple jointed?3 Noliodfs looking. gnls Featured as soloist at the Clluh Creole: "Now it was like t Claticyug "-Carry moonlmeams home in it jar." Pug Clever cosluming was the outstanding feature ol' this pep assent- bly. sponsored by the lourth hour speetth elass. In age 128 Among the assembly programs arranged hy the l'niiersity was the R0ger's Novelty Aet. Students were amazed at feats of juggling and balance perfortnetl by Roger Rittenhaugh. Programs Educate Entertaining and educational assemblies were pre- sented to the students tlrrouglrout the school year. Lecturers, inusieians and novelty acts were brought here through the University ol' Minnesota. Long re- rneinbered will be Mr. -Iohn Sloan who lectured and entertained with his "liquid air". .-X more serious assembly with Dr. Herst R. Anderson speaking on the United Nations was presented on United Nations Day. The student body also gave a variety of asseln- blies. The rnost important ol' these was at 2 ram. on the Friday ol' the Honreeorning game. Skits at pep lests were given by various speech classes, honrerooms and clubs. Christmas and Easter Concerts were pre- sented by the choruses and orchestra under the direc- tion ol Mr. Robert Myers and Mr. Lester Sll'CllllC1'. Guide to Careers With t11e he1pol't11e K1W2lI115fi1ll1D 111e M'Il1Cll'111g1l NIJIll1hU1K'11 its 2lll1lll?11 f12ll'ClTl' 17211, Not Clll1DCl' 13. '1'11t-112118 21c'tix'ities 11'e1'e 11e1'21111e41 oll' with 2111 2111- nchool 21sse111hl1'. ,-Xt this time l11C gtient 5pe21ke1x rep- 1'ese11ti11g c1i11e1'e11t L'2l1'L'k'1'S were i11t1'o1111c'et1. 81114101115 spent thetwo111o1'11i11g5emio11s 111 gil11lL'l'- ing i11l'o1'111211io11 COl1C'l'lKIl111g follegen ol their 1'11oi1'e. N21tio11211 1'1UllU1iS0i'1L'1y lllQ'lll17t'l'5 with their 1121111- ers 211111 p211'tic'ip21ti11g college l'L'ID1'CSL'1l12ll1YLT5 were l111' guests 211 the 110011 1llllC1lCOll lIlCL'I1l1gU1- the Kiw21111s. 111 the 211'te1'11oo11 2111 51111101118 we1'e c1ix'i41e11. Those i11te1'estec1 111 o11t21i11i11g Zl higher L't1llL'2ll10Il look 112111 i11 o11e ol' the 2-1 college c1i51'11s5io11 grotips. Those who were 1lllL'l'CSlC11 ID1'1l1l2ll'11f 111 21 wo1'14i11g' C211'ee1' took 1'ot'21t1o11211 to111's 11Il'0llg1l the city. 11llI7Ul' Right: 1'l0NlJL'L11XL' 1,lI11lL'l College Nttuletits 1e1ie1x' tol- lege 11111te1'i111, lfe11le1': 1"o1 those 1lIll'I'L'SlL'l1 i11 111:o1xLeepi11g11Q ll lll'U1L'Si10ll. ll 1PllS1IlCNNlllilll lUlll1llL1L'C1 ll 1Cl'llll'C Oll t11ei1'1111li1-S. 1io1lo111: .XII lll1l'U11lll'l1lilI to 51, K-I1l1lCl'l1ICf1011CgL' 1111s einen to lhowe gills t'UIli1l1l'1'11Ig 111211 school 111 ll lCI1lCNl'll11l11Xk'. 3 af K5 ft 1 'Qs Page 1211 oorways A-Xs the doorways to thc luturc open lor us. thc lllC1lllJ6I'S ol' the class ol' '51, those doorways ol our school days arc Closing hcllincl us. Taking ont' last look back as wc step across thc thrcsholcl, wc again reinelnbcr the lrcshinan party in the armory and thc feeling ol' superior- ity that is part of being the "big shots" ol' junior high, .Xclvancing cautiously along as sophomores. wc rcnlctnber the lirst HKJIllCt'fJIlllllg we really lclt a part of. our class party and thc laft that at last wc sat tlownstairs in thc auclitoritnn during assemblies. lhc thrill, work and anticipation surrouncl- ing thc PIOIII lllletl our junior year. "Uncle lfrctl Flits By," the class play, was another high- light of that year. Now as seniors, with our own HfllTlL'l'fJlIllllg quccn, yearbook, Stuclcnt Council olliccrs and being looked to as examples. wc await our linal professional march to thc strains ol' HPOHIIJ and fll1'CllIUSl2lllC'C.l. s if E. .Kai lasik. ' U3 T"!Dh.,..4iW guys. ,gpg Brand. Theodore-- A Aase. Carole Anne ..,,,, Aase Mar aret -- , g ...,,,v Aasen, Norma ...,,.. 28 -------50, 73 --------56,75 , 35, 36, 84,129 Ackland, Barbara ...,,-,,,,, 56, 75, 77 Ackland, Charlotte- ,,,,,, ,...., 5 6, 75 Ackland, Roger ....., Acosta, David ,,,, ----28, 109 ------54 Adams, Blair .,.. ,,,,,,,.,... 5 6 Ahern, Patrick --- ,,,,,,,,,,,Y,, 54 Allen, Lym1e--- -... 50, 69, 73, 82 Alm, Alvin -.-- ------------ 5 0 Alm, Marilyn --------- ----58, 64 Alm, Michael -------------- 56 Aman, LuAnn Nielson- ---------28, 86 Ambroson, Mary ..-..---- 56, 74 76 85 y , Amundson, Elizabeth ----------- 28, 68 Amundson, Jean ------------------ 50 Anderson, Alton ------------------ 54 Anderson, Arthur---28, 62, 85, lll, 124 Anderson Barbara ---------------- 58 Anderson Betty ---- --- ----- -28 Anderson Bonnie --- ---- 54 Anderson Charles -- --.--- 58 Anderson, Duane .--- -.-. 5 4, 74 Anderson Harlan ----------------- 54 Anderson, Jean D. ----,---,----- 56, 74 Anderson, Jean L. .-.. 50, 63, 69, 73, 82 Anderson Joanne ----------------- 28 Anderson Judy --- ----------- 58 Anderson, Luzetta ---- ---- 4 6, 69, 89 Anderson Margaret ------------ 56, 75 Anderson, Marlene .....-- 28, 30, 35, 81 Anderson Mavis ---- ------------ 5 4 Anderson Myrna ---- -------- 5 6,74 Anderson Paul ..-..- ----- 2 8, 78 Anderson, Priscilla .---. .... 5 0, 69, 73 Anderson, Robert ----------- 56, 74, 76 Anderson, Selma -----,-------- ---- 25. 28, 39, 62, 68, 80, 81, 83, 84, 89, 90,l12,120,122,129,130,131 ------------58 Anderson, Anderson A ndresen Shirley ....------.... 54, 74 Yvonne ---------- 50, 73. 841 Bethlyn--- -., -.--- 56, 75 Andresen Clarine ----------- 50, 69, 73 Antlresen Erwin -------- 46, 67, 72, 89 Armstrong, Darlene --------------- 56 Armstrong, Doris .----------- 54, 74, 76 Armstrong, Kay --.-.---------- 56, 75 Armstrong, Rose Marie .---- ------ 2 8 Arneson, Gary ----------- ---- 4 6 Arneson, Ivan .---.---- .--- 2 8 Arrett, Ethel ----- Arrett, Marlene -- Arthur, Dennis ----- Ashleson, Lawrence ---. Ashpole, Mary ---. Ashpole, Roger ----- Aske, Terry .---- ----54 -------58 ---------54 ----29, 70, 71 -------50 ----46, 94 ------54 Asleson, Bill ..--- -----------. 5 0, 70 Attig, Eva Mae ---------------- 29, 86 Axelson, Margie -.--. -16, 69, 85. 89, 112 Ayers, Roland ------.------------- 58 B Babbitt, Donna ...- ---54, 75 Babey, John .----- ---26, 29 Babey, Robert --- ---.- 50 Bachtle, Arliss ---- --50, 131 Bachtle, Darlene- - - Bachtle, Gary --- Page 132 ---46, 72 -----56 Index Bagstad, 1Villiam ---- Bailey, Lavonne -... Baker, Alice ..-.-.. Baker, Eldon --- Baker, Juanita -..- Baker, Karen ---- Baker, Kent ---- Bakke, Florence--- Bakke, Jerome ---- Bakken, Alvera ---- Bakken, Donald --- Bakken, Duane -.-- Bakken, Elwood ---- Baldwin, Lavern ---- Baldwin, Roger - - - Balfe, JoAnn ...-.-.- Bangert, Dale ---.-...- Barchardt. XVilmert --- ---56 ---50 ----56. 74 73 74 ----------46 -----------50 76 - - --56, 75 ---56 1 50 74 46 -----29 ------50 -----50 1 70 --------54 ----29, 111 ------58 -----54 Barr. Lowell ---.----.- , 75 - ------ 58 -- -------- 46 25, 26. 29, 65, 72, 78, 81, 90, 91. 122, 125, 127 Barr, Rebecca ---. ,--- -- ----- 58 77 Barrett, Joanne -... --56, 74 Bartz, Vernal .---- ---58 Bates, Thomas -..- ---56 Bauers, Grace -. ---58 Becker, Alice --.-- ---54 Becker, Barbara --- ..-- -74 Becker. Lawrence -- ---50 Behrends, David --- ---54 Behrends, Joan --- .,.. -50 Behring. Barbara ---- ---50 82 Beighley, Elton ---- --110, 70 Beighley, Roy ---- ---.- 5 8 Belshan, Franklin -- Belshan, Robert ..-. Bendixen, Robert -- Benson, Thomas --- Bera, Jon ...--.-- Berg, Marianne --- Berg, 1Vanda ----- Bergen, Daniel ...- Bergen, Jack ----- Bergen, 1Vi1liam ---- ------50 ----50 , 70 ------29 -----50 -----46 56 -----.----54 : 4 --JO, 82, 96 --------51 - -------- 54 Bergenson, Marlin ---- Bergerson, Shirley-- - Bergland, Arden --- Bergland. Cordon -.--- Berglund, Jean ---...-..---. ---56, 64, 74 1 , 96 54 85 -----------56 Berglund, Richard .--.- 46, 96. 106, Bergstrom, Eslie--29, 66, 75, 76, 79, Bettner. 1.aVonne .------- 46, 65, 69 ------------46, Bighley, Lyle --.--. Bickford, Barbara-- Bjerke, Gerald --- -56, 64. 75 107 131 72 73 ----.------5-1 ----------46 Bjerke, Gretta ---.--..-----. 46, 69, 84 B-iorkland. Floyd ---...-.--...- 56, 711 Bjoro, Karen .------.- 56, 64. 75, 76, 79 Black, Philip .,.. .-.-.. 5 6, 64, 108 Black, Nlilliam --- ---.......... --46 Blake. Betty -.----.------ 16. 29, 35, 811 Bleichwehl, llclythe ---.----------- ----------16, 69, 78. 89. 110, 112,125 Blizard. Betty -.....------.. 50, 73 79 Blocker, Alice .----.------- . .-.. 56 74 Blunt, Margaret --.-...----....--- 24, 26, 29, 68, 80, 82, 83, 84, 89, 90, 116, 117,1l8, 120,122 Blynn, Rose ,---------..--..---- 56, 75 Boe, Patricia -.---------- Boeck, Robert -- Boehmke, Sally --- Boelke, Roger -- 54, 74, 76, 77 -------------46 ----56 ----46 Boelter, Lyle --- ----47 Boelter, Rodney -- ,,.. 77 Boerner, Edwin .--.-- -..- 5 6 Boerner, 1-1. Dewan-J ---58 Bohonek, Milford ---------,------- 54 Bok, Patricia .-.---. 47, 69, 85, 112, 128 63 Bolinger, Vivian - - Bonnerup, Norman- 70 Booen, Janis -.----------- 56, 74, 76, 77 50 ---------0-29, ------------50, Booth, Darylc ----- Booth. Dorothy--- Booth. Gladys --- Bortl. Robert .---. Bosacker, Charles - Bosacker, Sharon -- Bothum, Lila --- Bottelson, Clair -- Bowman, Lila ---- Boyd, Constance ..... 53, 54, 56, 64, Brabec, Josephine ----.-.---------- Brabec, Lorraine --- .--- ---- Brabec, Shirley ---- Brackey, Arlys --- Brady, Lowell- - - Brand, Herbert -.... Brand, Rita- ...... - ------54, 7-1 -----58 -------50 ---54, 74 -----58 -----50 56 ------------54, 74 74 50 29 74 -----54, -------54 ------------58, 64 ---------54, 74,77 29, 35, 127,129,130 ------------50, 78 Brand. Verdelle .-----------.-.- 54, 75 Brandt, Harold -------------.---.- 54 Bridley, William .-.- 50, 98. 99, 101, 102 Briggs, Lila .-.--.--..---- 17, 29, 65, 68 Brill, Jack ...-.. 56 Brill, James .... ............. 5 8 Brooks, Mary .--- ---29, 36, 65, 72 Brors. Patricia .--- -.... 4 6, 73, 89 Broskoff, Frank -- ....-.-... 58 Broskolf, Helen .-.- ..... 5 0, 69 Browman, John ------ .-... 2 9, 36 Browman, Samuel --- ..... --56 Brown, Beryl .-.--- --..... 5 8 Brown, Elizabeth .--- ..... 5 0, 62 Brown, Lowell --..--- -....... 2 9 Brown, Marcia L. ---- -.... 5 6, 74 Brown, Mary A. ...-. ---56, 64, 74 Brown, Robert--- ----- 50, 54, 74 Brown Sharon ---- ---- 5 6, 74, 77 Brown, Sidney ---- ------ 4 6, 72 Brua, Charles --- --..-. --50 Brua, Chauncy -- ---..--. 29 Brua, Francis--- ---.. 54, 56 Buclach, Alvin --- ..-..... --54 Budach, Carol --- ---......... 58 Budahl, Phyllis ---. ---30, 72, 89, 90 Buenneke, Kay ---- ........ 1 4, 30 Buley, John ------- ---.------ 5 0 Burkart, Rosemary --- ---..- -50 Burnett, Carolyn --.- ...-- 5 4, 75 Burns, Donna -----------------.-. 51 Burns, Madeline -----------...--.- 54 Burtis, Jerry ---. '16, 72, 85, 87, 106. 107 Buss, Dale -----.-------.--.--.- 30, 86 Bussman, Lois ---- 45, 46, 69. 72, 89, 125 Bussman, Rhonda .---.-..-..... 54, 74 Butenhoff, Gerald ----------...... 54 Butenholl, Marlys ---- ----- 5 6, 74 Butler, Darlene ---- Butler, Rosemary-- - Butters, Robert ---- Bybee, Richard --.--- --------54 ----47, 123 -------56 --------50 Bygd, Rose Marie ---- ----. 3 0, 72 C Cady, Jeanne .-----.-...--.-.----- 30, 40, 63, 68, 78, 89, 116, 117, 118, 120 Cady, Joyce ------- Callahan, Betty -.---- Callahan, Beverly -.--- -------------58, 77 ----------54 ---50, 69, 73 Flaskerud. Betty--- 68, 72, Callahan, Paul ...A....... 30, 104, 105 Carlsen, Larry YV. ....... 13, 30, 62, 66 Carlsen, Lucille ...,, Carlson, Elroy .... Carlson, Janice ...... Carlson, Richard .... Carlson, Van Kirk ..,. Carmichael, Jon ..,.. Carney, James ..... Carson, Marilyn --- Carrisalez, Virginia ..... Carrol, Phyllis .... Casey, Don ...,,,, --------30, 86 ----------50 - --30, 68. 84 -----54, 58 ----54, 74 ------56,71 ---50, 71, 72 --------54 ---------16, 73 -----46, 83. 8-1 . 50. 72. 119. 131 Cashman, Jeanette .....,,,..... 56, 75 Cate, Evelyn -------.--------------50 Chaflee, Milo .......... -----30, 83, 89 Chapman, Thomas ..., .....v,,,. 4 16 Christensen, David --- ,A...... 58 Christensen, Gerald ..., ....,... f 16 Christensen, Hazel .... ,....... 5 6, 75 Christensen, James ...,...... 46, 70, 9-1 Christensen, LeaDel --- ....,.,... 54 Christensen, Lola ...... ...,,... 7 6 Christensen, Lorraine ..... ,,,,. 3 0, 86 Christensen, Tommy .... ---54, 76 Christensen, Vernon .... ,.... 5 4 Christenson, Duane .,,. ---54 Christenson, Marilyn --- ..... 56 Christianson, Bonita --- -... --58 Christianson, Marlys .... ---58, 64 Christianson, Marilyn --- ..., --74 Christopherson, Robert Chrs, Beverly ......... --------54, 74 ---------30, 68 Clark, Howard ................... 54 Clausen, Craig .......... 54, 64, 74, 108 Claybourn, Sharon ..,. Clikeman, Eva ...... Clough, Esther ,..... Colstrup, Kenneth --- Colstrup, Lois .... Conell, Joyce ..... Conlan, David .... Conley, Bernice --- Conner, Dorothy .... Connly, Rollin .... Connly, Thomas .... Converse, Bruce --- ---56, 75, 126 -----3l, 68, 72 -----46, 69,72 ----------50 -----58 ------54 -----54, 64 -,--------50 -----56, 64, 71 ------50, 49 77 ----58, -----5-1 73 Converse, Marilyn- .... - ---50, Converse, Rosemary ---- .fe..... 56 Cook, Janice ........, Cooling, Marlys .... Cooling, Roger .... Cornelius, Shirley -- Cornick, Barbara -- Cornick, Joellen ..... Cornick, Loren --- Cornick, Myrna ..... Corrigan, Patrick -- Counters, Craig ..,. Cox, James ......, Cox, Randolph ..,, Cram, Jack -----50, 73 ------58 -----50 -----50 ------58 -----56, 74 -----------31 -----50, 73, 79 ----------54 74 58 ----56, -----56, 7-1 ----------58 ---56, 75, 126 Cram, Lonene ..... Cram, Marlene .... Crane, LaDon ..... Crockett, David --- Crouch, Joan ..... Crouch, Patricia ......,......,.. 5-1, '74 Crowley, Terrance ................ 48, 49, 50, 63, 83, 104, 131 Cruzen, Collen .......,........ 46, 69 Cunningham, Daniel ....,......... 50 Cunningham, Vernon ........... 56, 74 Cutts, Marna ......,. 31, 68, 83, 84, 89 D Dahl, Duane ..... Dahl ---50, 73, 79 --------46 ------56 ------58 -----------46 , Duane C. ................... 54 Dahl, Maureen .... .... 4 6, 69, 72, 125 Dahl, Ralph --- ..........., -50 Dahl, Sanford ..,, ------56, 71 Dahl, Vernie ..,, .,..,.. ' 16, 70 Dale, Jack .... .,.. 3 1, 41, 10-1 Dale, LaVon ...,,,.......,,,....,. 46 Dale, Nacliene .......,.,.......... ---27, 31, 68, 83, 84, 89,l16,l17,118 Danielson, Julie .....,,,,,,,...... 58 Darg, Bonnie ..... ...., 5 6, 74 Darg, Darrel -- .,,t....... 58 Darg, Elaine .... .... 5 0, 73, 78 Davis, Judy ..,., ---56, 75, 76 Davis, Patil .,,,,,. .... 5 8, 77 Davison, Gloria ,,,, Deal, Agnes .,.,... - Decklortl, Ronnie .- Degn, Dwyne .....,, Delgado, Dolores ..., . - Delgado, Raymond .,.. ----50, 73 , - --46, 73 -,----511 , ....,,A., 31 - ee.. -16. 76. 8-1 ------51, 74, 76 Dempewoll. Marlys .......,,...... 5-1 Denson. Denise .,..... 18, -16, 83, 84, 89 DeRaad. Dona --- -- -------.-----46 DeRaad, Edna ....,,,....,.,,,.... 31 DeRaad, Leslie .....,. Detlnners, Jacquelyn .,,,, ------56 ----50, 79 Deurmicr, Delores ...,, ,,.. 5 4. 7-1 De1Volf. Carol Ann .,,, ..,...... 5 8 Dilling, Shirley ...,,, Dirksen, Beverly ..,, Dirksen, Bonnie --- Distad, Delores -- .--54, 74, 78 - ---46, 82, 65 -------54 -------54 Distatl, Roger .,.,, . .,,,,,..... '16 Dolan, Darlene ..,.... , . ,-. 70 127 -----1o,69, 111, 110.112, 121, 125, Dolltnn, Norman ......,,,....,... 31 Doinbroske, Donna Ray --.-31, 36, 12-1 Donovan, Mary Jo .....,.... 50, 73, 82 Donovan, 11110111115---r1'1, -16, 9-1, 99, 130 Dorman, Russell ,,.,....,,....,... 58 Dorman, Ruth .,.,....,,....,,e.. 58 Dowling, Max --- Doyle, Gary ...., Draayer, Arlotte --- Draayer, Donald --- Dreyer, Darlene ,,.. Dreyer, Eldon --- Dnhey, Marjorie--- Dudley. Mary ..-- Dully, Maurice ------- Duggan, Laurence .--- --------------46, 63, ----31 ----58 --- ----46 -----------50 -----31, 68, -------46, -----50, ----50 1 69 70 73 73 ------------50 72, 94, 99, 111 Dunn, Doyle .----------------- 47, 72 Dusek, Judy --- E Earl. Gerald -------- - ----54 - ------------ 56 Earl, Joyce ------ -16, 65, 69, 81, 123, 125 Earp, David -.--.---------.---- 54, 7-1 Eckart, Shalmerdean - --- ----.- -58 Eckholli, Hlilliam --.-- ---- 5 6, 74 Edivardson, David -- Edwin, Robert -.----- -----------56 -------------50 77 Egertson, JoAnn --.-.---- 56, 75. 76, Egge,Gay1e---31, 89, 1 12,129,l30,131 58 Eidahl, Katherine ---------.------- Eidahl, Konrad --------.--------.- 46 Eisenlmise, Donna .------------- 50, 73 Ell, George .------------- -----.-.- 5 6 Ellingson, Carol ----- 32, -10, 68, 85, 130 Emmons, Carmen ---- 56, 75, 76, 77, 78 Emmons, Warren ----------------- --------24, 28, 32, 65, 72, 79, 80, 125 Entlerson, Edward ----- - ------.--- 58 Enderson, Eugene ----.------------ 58 Enderson, John ----------..------- 58 Enerson, Carolyn --.----- 17, 50, 69, 73 Engel, Shirley .------------------- 56 Eugen, James .-------------------- 26. 32, 66, 75, '76, 90, 109, 117, 120, 127 Engen, Joanne -----.-------------- 32 Ericksen, Audrey ----------------- 54 Erickson, Barbara .-.--------.----- ---------15, 32, 68, 72, 120, 122, 130 Erickson, Gary ..------.-------- 16, 32 Erickson, Harry --- --..------ -56 Erickson, Thyra .--- ..-----...--. 4 6 Erpenbach, Joan -------- 46, 73, 82, 113 Esse. Barbara .--- --------- 5 6, 75, 79 Esse, Kenneth ----.--.------.----- 54 Esse, Marilyn --.----. 32, 68, 72, 79. 81 Evans, Eugene .------.-.---- , .... 101 Evans, Gwendolyn ----- ---- 5 -1, 7-1 Evans, Shirley ------- F Fernelius, Gordon --- ----50, 69 -,-------46 Finch. Delano --.-.-, --...... 3 2, 86 Fink. Violet ---..-- .... 3 2, 68, 86 Fink, 1Vallace .--- -.....,.. 1 16, 70 Fisher, Joan -----.- ---30, 32, 36. 127 Flanagan, Dean ..--- ---.-...,--.- 5 8 Flanagan, Frank---U ---- 13, 32, 94 Flanagan, Richard -......,.-.-.... 56 ----32, Flaten, Jevonnc --- Flaten, Thomas --- Flatness, Lois -- 83 54 74 -----------58 ------50 Fletcher, Esther ...-----....,-. 33, 72 Fletcher, Rebecca -------.------ 58, 85 Fligge, Keith -------- 46. 62. 89. 99, 108 Flim, Alyce ----- --------- 4 6, 8-1, Flugum. Ilo -----.- Foley, Richard ---- Folie. Janet -.-- Folie, Leroy ,-- 89 54 Flim, Helge ---- -----.-.--- ----33, 36, 72 ------51, 79 --------46 ------50 Folie, Lois --.-- ------ - -69 Folie, Marjorie ---- Fol kstad, Nancy ---- ----50, 82 ------58. 85 72 Foss, Joanne--- ---- 33, 68, Foss, Larry -- ------ 54. 74 Foss, Paul ------ -------- 5 8 Fossum. Jerry ...,-. ..-. 5 0, 72 Freetnolt, Bobbe ---- ----.-- 1 16, 69 Freligh, Robert ---- ---- 7 4, 76, 77 Fricke, Gerald ------ --------- 5 0 Friedman, LaVerne .--- ---- 1 16, 70 Frietag, Orville ---- Fritz, JoAnn ---------- ---- Fritz, Shirley ----------- ------.76, 72 i' 74 46, , 89 ------56, 75 75 Frondal , Beverly Jane .--, ---- 5 6, Frondal, Dale ----..- - Frondal, Jeanette --- Fuller, Lois ------ Fuller, Lyle ----- G -----16 ----58 ------50 ----58, 76 Gaarder, Robert .--------..--- 50, 103 Gaetz, Maribeth-46, 65, 68, 73, 121, 125 Galbraith, Beverly ...,,---......., 58 Gallagher, Frank ..-------...,-.-- Gallagher, Marjorie .---- Garrett, Neil --.----- ----56, 58 7-1 ------54 Gasca, Martha ----.- ---- 5 8 Gavle, Joan --.-----------..-----. 58 Gavle, Raymond --------------- 56, 74 Gendler, Jean ----- 50, 69, 73, 76, 78, 82 Gendler, Joyce -.------------ 58, 64, 76 George, Robert --------------- 33, 106 Gilbertson, Dwayne -- -------- 46 Gilbertson, Sonja --- -.-- 56, 75 Gill, Harold ....-- .--,,,,, 7 0 Gill, Shirley ---- -----...- 5 4 Gillard, Calla -.---- ---.-.-- 5 4, 75, 76 Gilpin, Patricia -.-.------...... 54, 74 Ginkel, Joan .---- ----- 5 4, 6 4, 74, 110 Page 133 Girtn, joseph .,.,,,,, 33 , 66, 72. 85, 119 Gleason, Gerald ...,...,,.,..... 50 70 Glenn, Bruce .,....,,,...,..... 58, 76 Godtland, Lois .....,Y, .,.. 1 7, 50, 7 Godtland, LuVerne .,.. ,,.... 3 3, 89 Gotltland, Ronald -- .,,........ 58 Golbert, Robert .... .,,,. 5 4, 74, 76 Gold. Ray .....,...., ,,,. f 16, 72, 85 Goodtnanson. Ross--- v...,,, 56, 71 Gorder, james ,.... .,Y. 5 8, 64 77 Goskeson, Evelyn ....v ,.... 3 3, 69 Goskeson, Orville -.- ...... 50 Graham, Charles -- ....., 50 Graham, Glen --- --56 741 Graham, Glenda --- ------58 Granholt, Edna .,..., ,.,. 5 4, 75 Grastlalen, janet ...,. .... 3 3, 68 Grasdalen, joan ..., .,., 5 0, 78 Grasdalen, Loren ....v ...,Y...... 5 6 Green, Roland ,................... 33, 62, 66, 75, 77, 78, 117. 127, 129. 131 Greene, Twila ....... - ------------58 Greengo, Richard ................. ---.--13, 26, 33, 66, 94, 104, 106, Greengo, Rodger .....,, --------33 Greeno, Dean ..... -- -.--46, 72, 79 Grenno, Leon ..... ...,,.... 5 8 Grinolds, james -- Grinolds, john .... 120 66 ,87 76 -----------46 74 ----57. Griswold, William -- ..... 54 Grolf, Shirley ..... .,.. 5 0 Grose, Carol ..........,Y.....f.f.. 58 Grotenhuis, Paul ................. 45, 46, 67, 72, 75, 76, 79, 80. 81, 125. 127 Grove, Beverly ........,Yf...,f.... 58 Grove, Robert ........ Grube, Rudolph .....,. ------51 46, 91, 106, 123 Guckenburg, Shirley ...,,... 54, 74, 85 Gunderson, Allen ......,.,.. 46, 70, 79 Gunderson Arlen .............. 56, 74 Gunderson, Gayle---46, 69, 72, 89, 125 Gunderson, Gloria .............. 50, 73 Gunderson, julie ............ 56, 75, 77 Gunderson, Phyllis .... 54, 64, 75, 76, 77 Guy, Gary .....,,....,.,....... 56, 74 Guy, Laurie .... ---69, 111, 123 H Hagen, Dean -- ,,...,. 33 Hagen, joanne--- --.- 58, 76 Hagen, Phy11is--- -----.---- 50, 73 Hagen, Richard --.-.--.-------- 54 64 Hagen, Shirley ------ 50, 69. 73, 82, 130 Hagen, Wava ----.- 16, 69, 72, 110. 125 Hagen, Yvonne ----.---- 50, 76. 78, 112 Hagmann, Harlyn - 46, '72. so Hahn, Dean -------- Haley, Doyle ---------- Hall, Terry ------ , 87, 91. 123, 33 9 --16 35, .9, 79, 99. 125 100 111 ------------56 Halseth, Delores ---- ---- -l 6, 65, 69 Halseth, Nordean .------..----- 57, 71 Halverson, David .---.------------ ------------16, 28, 33, 6.7, 72,514,121 Halvorson, jerome ---------------- 57 Halvorson, Shirley C. ---- ---- 5 1 ti-l Halvorson, Shirley M. ---- ----- 1 rl, 77 Hamberg, joanne ---. -.-- 5 0, 69, 73 Hamer, Omer ----. --.-----. 5 0 Hamer, 1Valter --- -----. -116 Hammer, Clark -.-- .------.- 5 8 Hammond, Dean ---- --50, 94, 106 Hammond. john ----- --.-- 5 0, 83 Hanon, Donna ----- ---- 3 3 79 Hansen, Marilyn ----- -..- 5 7, 75 Hansen, Rosamond --- ------- --58 Hanson, Althea ------ ------- 5 11 711 Hanson, Ardella - - - - Page 13 1 72,1127 Hanson. Barbara ----.----------- ----------33, 68. 72. 82, 89, 127, 131 Hanson, Barbara li. .-------- 511, 71. 75 Hanson, Carol L. -.-. ---50, 69 82 Hanson, Carole 1.--- ---- 46, 89 Hanson, Dale ---- ------ 5 8 Hanson, Daniel --- ----- 5-1 Hanson. Delores-U ---33 72 Hanson, Edwin --- ----- 54 Hanson, Ellen ---- ---57 Hanson Gordon --- ,--58 Hanson. Harold --- ---16 Hanson, james U- ----- 58 Hanson jeanette -.-- ---5-1 75 Hanson, jerry -- ---50 Hanson. joan ------- ..--- 5 8 Hanson Marilyn -----. .---- 1 i1 Hanson. Mary joAnn --.- ---.- 5 -l Hanson, Paul -------- .------- 5 7 Hanson, Raymond --- ----- -16 70 Hanson, Richard -- -----. 5-1 Hanson. Robert --, ---- -50 Hanson, Roger -.-- ..---.-- 5 -1 Hanson, Ronald --- ---------- 57 Hanson, Russell ----- ---- 5 7, 7-1, 77 Hanson. Susan ---- -.------.. 5 8 Harber, judith ---- ---57, 7-1, 126 Hargis, Roger ----- .------.-- 3 3 Harms, Richard --- ------.. 50 Haroldson, Mabel --.-- -------- 3 4. 84 Hart, jerry -.---.----- ----19. 50, 103 Hartgers, Dorothy ---- ------ 5 -1, 75 Hassing, Darlene --- -------- 54 Hatleli, Clayton ---- ---- 5 0, 70 Hatleli, Marlene -.-- ---54, 74 Hatleli, Marliss--- ---54. 71 Hauge, Donovan --- ---- -58 Hauge, Verna ------- ---50, 73 Haugland, Donna -- .---- 46 Hawkins, Gene --- -----50 Hawkins, john .--- .---- 5 4 Hawkins, Richard --- ----- -31 Hayes. Delores ------ ---5-1, 7-l Hayson, Barbara -----.------.----- 57 Heacock, Rose Ann ---..-------- 57 71 Heatl, David ------ 50, 72, 83, 108, 19 Heather, Betty ---------.- 16, 34, 82 83 Heather, jeanne --.---.-- 5-1, 75, 76, 85 Heather, Mary ---- --.----- 5 0, 69 Heather, Nancy -- ----.------ 58 Heckes, Howard --.- --.- 5 4, 6-1, 85 Heckes, Lois ------ --.------. 5 9 Hetlstrom, Gary ----- ---.---- 5 9 Hedstrom, Margaret ---- ----- 3 1, 86 Hedstrom, Paul ---.----- ------ f 16 Heemsbergcn, Gertrude --- ----.. 59 Heideman, Harlan ------- ---- - 16, 70 Heilman, jean ---- ---50. 73, 83 Heine, Shirley .--.-- ---- 5 4, 75 Heitland, Alberta ----- ---- 1 7, 50 Helland, Roger ----- ---- 3 -l, S6 Hellie. janan --- ------ 50 Hellie. LeRoy ------------------ -16 70 Hellie. Marjorie ------------------ 25, 341. 68. 80, 81, 89. 116, 117. 118. 127 Hellie, Theodore .---..--------- 51, 61 Hemenway, Leroy --- ------ 5-1 Hemry, Harlan -----. - - --.----- 50 Hcmry, Richard --------------.--- 34 Hendrickson, Darlene ------- 54, 56, 7-l Hendrickson, ' ' Gail ----- --------- Hendrickson, Irvin ---- - - -------- Hendrickson. Hendrickson, Hendrickson. 34, '10, 68. 125 Hendrickson, Hendrickson, Hendrickson, Hendrickson, Hengesteg. A john ---- -.---- : 10, - 79 -.19 119 79 Kenneth --------. 57, 7-1 Marilyn ------------- 80. 89. 90, 116, 117, 118 Patricia-- Shirley-50, ..,- 1- ----- 1 'y 71 erolyn ------------ rlene ---- - Y wx 71 110 69, 73, 82, 110 -54 74 Verle ------------- 57. ---311, 68, 86 Henricks, Benjamin Hendricks, Elinor -- Henrikson, Gerald - Henry, Gene -.---- Henry, Geneille ---- Henry, Patricia A. ---- -,--59 ----59 ------46 -------57 ----34, 68 --5-1. 7-1 Henry, Patricia j.--- ---- 57 Herfendabl, john --- ..-- 51 Her6ndahl. Deloris -.- ------- 59 Hermanson, Dean --- ----- 50. 79 Hermanson, Eldean --------- 50. 69, 73 Hermanson, Marilee --- --------- 57 Nerth, Beverly ---.-------------.-- 50 Hewitt. Carol ---.-------------- 51. 71 Hickey, Henry ---- --.- 1 8, 34. 110 Hickey. Sharon--- ---------- 57, 75 Hicks, Beverly -.-- -.------ - 16. 69 Higbie, Carol .---------- ----50, 65 Hill, Carolyn ---..-------..---- 59, 85 Hobbiebrunken, Darlene - ---------50 Hoelscher, Patricia --------- 46. 72, 125 Hoeve, Delbert ---------------- 50, 131 Hoeve, Owen .-----------.-------- 50 Holfarth, Audrey -------.--------- -------------'15, 46, 69, 89. 123, 128 Hoffman, james - - - ---------------51 Hogquist. Donald .------------- 50, 72 Hoium, Barbara - -------- - ----.--- 57 Holan, Barbara ----. ---3-1, 89. 129, 131 Holleschau, Dorothy .------ 50, 73, 113 Holmquist, jon ------ ---- 5 7, 7-1, Holt, Charles ----. Holt. Helen -----.-- Hoogland, Carol .------ 77 -----59, 77 -------46 -----54, 75 Hoogland, Lois Ann -------- 34, 68, 69 Hopperstatl, Marilyn ---- Hergen, james -.------ 76 59 -----59, Horner, Alctha Ann--- --- 46 69, 72 Horning, David ---- Houg, Herbert ---- Hong, Kenneth --.- Hong, Myron ---- Hove, Elizabeth ---- Hove, Richard ----- Hoverson, justine --- Hovey, Delano ----- Hoyne, Wanda--- Hoyt, Audrey ---- Hoyt, 1Villiam -.-- Hoytlm, Barbara --- ...- 54 ----------5-1 ----34. 70, 71 ---------50 ----57, 75 -----34, 36 50 ----50, 91, 131 -----46, 68 ----57, 74 ----46, 70 -----75 Huber, Darrell ------------------- 50 Huber, Mabel --------------.----- ----------34. 83, 84. 89. 91, 112, 130 Huddeston, june --.-------------- 50 Hutldlestone. 1Vayne -------------- 57 Huemoeller. Donald -------------- 54 Huetnoeller. Lois -------- 31, 57, 68, 81 Hunnicutt, Gordon --------------- :19 Hunnicutt. Roger ----------------- 50 Hunt, Dorothy -.----------.-----.-- ------34, 68, 69, 85, 89, 91, 127. 131 Hunt, Elaine -------.------------- 77 Hunt, Howard -- ---57, 74, 77 Hyke. Leon --- --------- 59 I Imme, Darryl ------- ---------- 5 9 Ingelbritson. Roger --------------- 59 lngvaldson, jennclly ---- 51, 75, 79, 126 Iverson, Michael ------------------ 57 J jackson, Grace --.- ------- 7 3, 121, 125 jackson, Lco --------. 35, 6 97 jacobs, joseph .------------ 50, 83. 94 jacobson, Clarice ----- - jacobson, Donald --- -,----51, 6. 94, 96, A 7-1 ,, ------ 50 70 Leruin. Jacobson, Hazel --- - ..... 35, 86 Jacobson, Roger --- ........... --54 Jacobson, Thelma ..,.., 35, 68, Sl, Jacques, Mary ...... 131 ---------.--54, 75 Janson, Carol ........,,..,.,...... ----------48, 49, 50, 73, 77. 119, 131 Janson, Patricia ......... 50, 69. 73, 33 Jean. Patty ..,.... ..,....... 6 2, 73 Jellers, Arthur --- .... ..... - -74 Jensen, Anton ..... ,.,,.,., 5 0, 70 Jensen, Arlene .,,,,..,,.,,.,..,e.. 46 Jensen, llarhara ......... 35, 68, 82. 124 ensen Beverly ........,....... 35, 68 Jensen, Carl ...................... '15, -'16, 67, 72. 78 94, 104, 106, 107. 125, 130 Jensen Carol M. ........ 59, 73, 84, 125 ensen, Cecil ...... ..........., 3 5, 86 Jensen, Clarence ............ 50, 72, 78 Jensen Dale ...,.... 46. 30, 33, 89, 125 ensen, Darla .................. 54, 74 Jensen, Darlene ..............,. 511, 74 Jensen, David--- .... 74, 77, 110 Jensen, Dean --- ......... -59 Jensen. Donna --- .......... 59 Jensen, Elaine --- ..........., 74 Jensen, Ellen .... ....... 3 5, 83, 84, 89 Jensen, Elsie ......,,.,..,...,e. 46, 73 Jensen, Evelyn ....,. 56, 64, 75, 78, 126 ensen, Everett .,,..,.,,..,.,..... 54 Jensen, Janet ......,,, 46, 72. 80, 81, 89 ensen, eanette - 1..,...,,.,.... 59 Jensen, Joann --- ,,,,,,,,,.-. -59 Jensen, Joyce--- ---5-1, 75 Jensen. Julie .... ---57, 75 Jensen, June ,,.. ---35, 86 Jensen, Kenny --- ............ 57 Jensen, Louise .... ...,.. 5 11, 76, 77 Jensen, Mary E.--- .,,. 35, 68, 82, 113 Jensen, Maxine--- ---50. 65, 69, 73 Jensen, Milton .-.. --.--.. 1 16, 123 Jensen, Myron ------ -.-.-- 6 2, 70 Jensen, Nancy M. --.- .------- 4 6 Jensen. Ove ------. ---------- E 15 Jensen, Phyllis ---- ---50, 69. 73 Jensen, Ralph ------ -------- 6 7, 82 Jensen, Ramona -------.- 57. 74, 76, 77 ensen, Richard D. .......-.....-.. 57 Jensen, Richard Dean ---------- 54, 7-1 Jensen, Rodney ....... ....... 3 5 Jensen, Roger -.--- -.-- 4 6, 109 Jensen. Rollin -.-----.--.---.-.--. 54 Jensen, Rose M. ----..--.-.--... 74, 77 Jensen Russell--35, 77, 78, 79, 85, 109 ensen, Sharon -------------.----- 59 Jensen, 001111121111 ----.---.-------.. 54 Jensen, Clair -----. .--- 5 4, 74, 77 Jensen, David --- -------- 57 Jensen, lone -..-- ---59 Jensen, Rex ..----. ---59 Jepson Raynold --- .---- 54 Jerdee, Eyadne -.-. ---54, 74 Jertlee, Lowell ----. -...... 5 9 Jerdee, Marilyn ---- ---46, 69 Jerdee, Marlene .... -......... 4 6, 69 Jerdee, Odean .-... .-.-..--.... 5 7. 74 Jerdee. Ruth --------. -16, 68, 72, 83, 84 Jochuinson, JoAnn ........-.... 54, 74 Johannsen, Darrell -......-.-..-... 51 Johannsen, Shirley--- ---.-- 57, S4 Johnson, Arnold ---- ----- 5 4, 74, 77 Johnson, Beverly ..-----.1...... 57, 74 Johnson, Daniel E. ------- 36, 59, 71, 72 Johnson, Darlene ----- ----. 5 7, 64, 75 Johnson, David ---- --....- 5 9, 77 Johnson, Donald --- -...-- --57 Johnson, Harlan ----. ----- 5 9, 74 Johnson, Jacqueline --- -.-.---- --46 Johnson, John ----.-- --.- 3 5, 36, 131 Johnson, Judy ----- ..--..---. 5 9 Johnson, Lemoine .-.- ---- fl 6, 111 Johnson, Loretta --- -...... --75 Johnson, Marilyn -.-- ---36, 68, 72 Johnson. Marjorie -- -...-.... 50 Johnson, Merrill ---. ------------- 7 7 Johnson, Norman- --50, 69, 74, 85 Johnson, Oriale ---- ------- 5 0, 73 Johnson, Peter ------- -------- 5 9 Johnson, Philip --------. ------ 3 6. 86 Johnson, Richard W. ---- ----- 3 6, 108 Johnson, Richard ----- -.--- 5 4, 77 Johnson, Robert ----- --------- 5 7, 7-l Johnson, Rodney -.-- --57. 71. 76. 77 Johnson, Roger ---- ------- 1, 7-l Johnson, Rosella ---- .-------- 5 S! Johnson, Sharon ----- .-.. 3 6. 86 Johnson, Stanley ---- ------- - IG Johnson, Hlillretl ---- ------- 1 7, 36 Johnsrud. Barbara ---------- F0. 69. 73 Johnsrud, Patricia ------ 50. 69. 73. 130 Jones, Earl ------- ------------ 4 li Jordahl, Ronald ---- --.---- 5 0, 70 Jordan, Mary ---- ---- 5 4 Jordon, Myron ------------------- 51 Jorgensen, Erliss ------------------ ------46, 68, 72, 80, 81. 80, 123, 125 Jorgensen, Helen --------------- 57, 75 Jorgenson, Eugene ---- --------- 5 tl Jucrs. Karen -.-...-.. --54, 7-1, 78 Jupson, Shirley --- --,,,,, 50 Juve, Janice -.--. .--- 5 7, 75 K Kaasa, Carol ------. --57, 74 Kallberg. Maurice--. ---- 77 Kalstad, Jack --------- ----46, 70 Kanzenback, Richard ---. -.-- 5 7 2 Kasper, Twyl a -.---- , 71 --------------50 Katzenineyer, Conrad ---.- 74 77 Katzung, Mary Ann-- Kauflman, Beverly -- Kaulman, Shirley --- Kauppi. Marly's ---- Keeler, Gerald--- Keeler. William ---- Kelly, John -------- Kelly, Joseph -------- Kenevan, Richard --- Kent, Barbara -.-. Kentner, Dean ----- Kermes, Charles -- Kermes, Harold ---- Kermes, Harriet ---- Kilcoyne, King, Ev La Donna - el yn ------- King, Judy ------- King, King, Pa King Kinsley, Kittelson, Kittelson, LuVerne - - - tricia --- , Roy .--.--.- Marcella --.- Gordon- - - Kei th - - KJ os, Beverly ----- K1 u kow , K1 ukow Ernest -- - Jerry -- - Klukow, Larry ------- Klukow, Lorraine ---- Klukow. Lowell --- Klukow, Marlene --- Klukow, Richard --- Kl uender, Robert K1 uender, Valores -.-- Knudson Knudson Knudson , Beverl y ---- , Janet ----- , Richard ----- --- , 76. -- -.------- 59 -- ------. 50 ----50, 73 ----50, 69 -----54, 74 -------36, 66 --.-46, 104, 105 ------46, 104 ---------54 -------59 ----57, 64, 77 ...- of ---51, 70, 71, 75 -----------54 -- ---- 46 ----85 ----59 --55 -----------55 ------------51 113 - ------ 57, 74 ----51, 73, ----55 ----36 -.----.----55 59 ----18, 36, 70, 72 ff 74 ---------JJ. -----------59 --51, 73 -.-----------51 55 -.--14, 32. 36. 68 -----16, 68, 81, 89 -------------59 55 64 74 ----- , , Knudtson, Gloria .------ 55, 74, 77. 110 Knudtson, Ramona ..........---.- 51 Knutson, Keno --.....--.-.-...... '16 Knutson, Mary H. ----------..-...- ----37, 68, 72, 76, 79, 80, 90,122,125 Knutson, Mary C. ............-.--- 59 Knutson, Philip ......-.---- 57. 64, 76 Knutson, Vernon ---- ----.--. 5 1, 65 Kooistra, Dorothy ---- ---- 3 6, 37. 33 Kopischke, Ronald ---- ---59, 77 Kortz, Jerome ----.---.---.-..---- 51 Kron, Helen ..------------------.- ------------30,37,6S,72,S2,85,130 Kron, Mary --------- .---....--- 5 7 711 Krueger, Paul ------------ . ----- 51 72 Kuchera, Margaret ---- ---- 5 9, 76, 77 Kuchera, 1Villiam ----------------- 21, 26. 37, 65. 66, 75, 76. 79. 81, 90. 106, 122. 127 Kuethe, Marlys --- -- ----------- Kuiters. David ---- -, --,,,,,,, 51, 70 Kuyper. Mary --.- ---- l 7. 51, 69, 73 L Ladlie. Alice ---- -.-51, 69 Ladlie, Delores--- ---- 37 68 Ladlie, Janice -------- ,, ,----,,-- 75 Ladlie, Patricia ---------,---,- w5I, 82 Laude, Darrel---15. 37. ll. 104. 120 Larsen, Roger ---------------,--- w59 Larson, Alan --------- --,---, 1 yl, 72 Larson, Barbara ,,,,---,---Mv--- 51, 79 Larson. David ---- 53. 71, 76, 77. 126 Larson, Donald ---,-,,,,---,--- 59, 6.1 Larson. Doris ----- ,,---, 5 5, 75 Larson, Doris 1'.--- ---51, 69, 73 Larson, Helen ---- ,----,,-- 3 7, GH Larson. Patricia .--------------, --59 Larson, Philip ------- 57, 74, 76, 77, 1215 Larson, Richard-U --,,,--,-,. 46 67 Larson, Shirley ---- ---57, 74, 76. 110 Larson, Virginia --- ------------, 57 Lawson, Edith ------ ,,,-- 5 1 Lawyer, Richard --- ----- -59 Leaf, Delores ------- --51. 73 LeBarron, Barbara I-ee, Darryl ------. --- ----59 ---46 -- -- ----- -46 Lee. Joyce ------ Lee, Kenneth ---- Lee, Phillip ------.--- 52, 93, 55, 64 Lelunann, Richard Leidal, Darlene--- Lenike. John ---.-- Lenz, Barbara--- Lenz, Janet ----- 1.Cl1l. Phyllis --- Lenl, YVarren ----- Lorraine - 1.esche1'ske, Duane Lerens, Barbara - ----------57. 74 75 55 ,- ---- ---- -51. -.-37. 66. ---46,8-1, 74 118 125 -- ---- DI ------68 ---al, -----5 7 55 -----------------59 Levine, Bonita ---- 37. 46, 68, 80, 89. Levine, Edward ---------------- 58, Levisen, Myron --- 1.eu'erke, Anna--- Letyis, Patti ---- Lewis, Richard --- Lidke. John ------ Lincoln. Janice --- Lind, Duane --- Lindahl, Mar1ys-- Lindell, Beverly -- Lindell, Carol --- 90 59 --------5l -----46 72 57 -46 -----37 59 55 ---57 74 ---------.------64 24, 37, 62, us, 727797126-91171207-121. 122,130,131 Lindell, Richa1'd ---------------,-- ----------416, 67, 12, 76, 79, 80, 109 Lloyd, Peter ---------------- 57, 64, 74 Loge, Andrew ---------- -.------ 5 9 Loge, Gene --- ----.- 57 Loken, Betty --- ----.. 55 Long, David ----. .... 5 7, 74 Long, Glenn ----- ---.------ 5 1 Loper, Rodney ------ ---- 4 7, 72, 89 Lorentzen, Delores --- ------- -59 Louters, Cynthia -- Lovcrink, John --- Loivry, Mary ---- Luecht, Ethelea --- Lukens, Argyle --- -- ------5.1 -----------57 . --52. 55, 56, A 75 47 -- ---- 59 Page 135 Lukens, Arvis .... ----17, 79 Lukens, Barbara -- ..,,.. 68 Lukes. Doris .,.,, ,,-- 5 5, 75 Lnkes, Dorothy .,...,,,,,,,,,,, 55, 75 Lnkes, Rita ,,.,,,,,,,,,,-, ,, ,AAAA - ----1-1, 37, 39, 63, 68, 851, 811. 127, 150 Lunde, Julien ,w,,,,.,.,,x,,,,, 51, 70 Lntl, Fred .....,,,,,..,..,.... 51, 70 Lyon. Maclay ..., Lysne, Grace--- Lvsne, Sarah ..,, M Maehacek, Caroline ---59, 96 ---'17, 82 --117, 72 25, 27. 37, 39. os, 7QflQi7s5f2ii-125 Madson, Alan ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57, 77 Madson, lrvin ,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 57 Madson, Ruth ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,, --------15. 17, 37, -10, 68, 69, 90. 91 Maertz, Richard ...,,.,,,v,,--,, 51, 63 Maiden, Bonnie -- .,,,,,-,,,,,, 59 Maiden, Jeanine--- ---- 30, 37, 68, 811 Mains, Barbara ---------,,-,,,,,-- 37 Malepsy, James ------------------- ----------117. 91, 95, 96, 97, 106, 107 Mangskau, Constance ------------- 55 Mangskau, Patrieia -----.------ -17, 68 Mangskan, Roger ---- '19, 51, 9-l, 95, 103 Manuel, Shirley ------------------- 59 Markl, Irvin ------ Martin, LaVerne --- Martinson, Ronald ------- ---47, 70, Mathews, Sena ---------- -37, 65, 68, --- ---59 -----------55 71 82 Mathews, Suzanne ---------- 51, 15, 76 Matson, Dale -------- Matson, Darryl --- Matson, Ray ------ -------117, 91 -----------51 -------------74 Matthies, VVil1ian1 ------ 55, 61, 75, 126 7 68 Mattson. Merlene -- - Mavily. 1Vil1iam ------ Maxwell, Margaret McAllister, Patricia McCall, Sharon ----- McGinnis, Delores --- McGinnis, Donna -.-- McNeese, Barbara --- Mehus, Darlene ----- ---------fll. ----59, 61 ----17, 72 ------59 ---------73 -----------.59 -----17, 63, 73 --------59 ---47, 128 Mehus, Marian ------ ------ 5 5 Meisscnhalter. Betty --- ----- -17 Metcalf, Mary Ann--- ----- 59 Metcalf, Phyllis ------------------ 47 Metzke, Carol -------------------- 59 Meuser, Darrell--38, 72, 75, 76, 78, 129 Meyers, Ronald ----- ----- 57, 7-1, 85 Michelson. LuVerne Mielke. Fern ------- --- .....,.. 59 Mielke, Joyce --- Miller, Gerald --- Miller, Gerald P...- Miller, Richard ---- Miller, Robert ---- Miller, Russel --- M inear, Leonard - Minor, John ------ Misgen, Moden. David --- Moden, Marlene - 51 -----47 ---55 .----51 7 ---------57, '1 -17 f17. 72, 117,12-1 --------------51 '17 ---47.2-17. 89,118 an 75 Barbara- ---- - -------- . . , , Moe, Gertrude--- Moe, Marilyn ---- Moe, Mary Lou---- Moen, John ------ Moen, Marlin ---- ---------51 ----12, 51, 73 ---------55 ----57, 7-1, 77 ---55, 74, 111 ------55, 7-1 Moen, Orville ---- ----- - '17 Moen, Richard ------------------- 59 Mondell, Peter ------------------- ----------38, 72, 75, 76, 79, 125, 127 Monson, Elaine ------------------- 55 Montei, Dick ---------- '17, 67, 109, 123 Montel, Fred ----- ------- 1 5, 38, 66 Monthei. Richard --- Page 1 516 .-------51 Moore, Norma - - i ----on Morey, Bert -,----- -,----A 5 9 Morreiin. Phillip-U -------- 17, 70 Morreiin, Roger --- ,--,,-------- Morrison, John ---- ---. 5 7. 71. 77. 126 Morseth, Adeline -- -------- 17 78 Moyer. Dalis ------ ,--- 5 1, 72 7s Moyer, Ross ----- 77559, 745 Mutlra, Dale ------------ ,WY ---, -17 Mutlra, M'ayne -----------,,-,,, ,751 Muldown, Catherine--17,68.73,110.130 Miers. Carole-, ----- --. ,,- 12, 51 711 N Nannestad, Roll' --- --------A 59 Narverud. Virginia-H ---55, 75 H5 Nash, Marvel -----,,- ,un ,-AYY 59 Nassen, Riehard P. -,,,--,,--,,,,,- 57 Naylor. Roger ------,--,----,--,-- 2-1, 26, 38, 66, 76,79.1i9, 127. 129. 131 Neist, Bonnie -------------- ,-,-,,- 5 5 Nellzell, Beverly ---------------,-, A17 Nelson, Avis ------------,,-,--- 51, 73 Nelson, Beverly---17, 72, 7-1, 78. 81, 123 Nelson, Clair ------,,,,,----,,---- 51 Nelson, Cleo ----- 17, 68. 72, 76. 78. 151 Nelson, Dale ----------,--,-,,-- 59 114 Nelson, Darlene ---------,-,,,---, --f,---------17, 68, 72. 1131, 125. 131 Nelson, David ----------,-,,--,- 51, 70 Nelson, Dcloris -------- ,----- 5 1, 69 Nelson, Donald li. ---- ---,-- 5 1 Nelson, Donald L. ---- ----,-- 5 1 Nelson, Dora ------- ---,,-,,,- 3 1-4, Sli Nelson, Eflllllilllll ----------------- ------------12, 51, 69, 73, 83, Srl 87 Nelson, Gerald ---------------- 57 7-1 Nelson. Harlan ----- ---------- 5 7 7-1 Nelson, Harold -- ---- 51 Nelson, James --.-- -.--. 5 9 Nelson, James 1i.--- ------- 57 7-1 Nelson. Joann 12.--- --,,,-,, 57 75 Nelson, Joanne B. ------. 12, al, 73, 79 Nelson, Joanne M. ------- 1 . 75 78 Nelson, John ------ ------------ 1 19 Nelson, Lois J.------ ---238. 69 72 Nelson, Lois M. ---- --------- 5 1 Nelson. Lowell ---- ---- -1 7 70 Nelson. Loretta ---------------- 38, H6 Nelson. Lnttille ------------------- Nelson, Mary li. ----- 75. 77, Sl, 85, 126 Nelson, Mary Lon -------------- 75 Nelson. Mary M.--- ---- 55 Nelson, Patricia --- ---- -17 Nelson, Rebeera ------------------ 59 Nelson, Richard D. ---------------- 51 Nelson, Richard P.--'17, 95. 99. 100. 101 Nelson, Rodger ---------------- 57 7-1 Nelson, Roger ------ - -.-----.-- 57 7-1 Nelson, Roselyn --- ------ Nelson, Sandra -- --..-.. 59 Nelson, Sharon -- --------- 57 Nelson, Sherman ---- .--51, 65, 83 Nelson, Shirley -- ---------- 57 Nelson, Shirley J.--- ----17. 72 89 Nelson. Susan ----- ---55, 71, 78 Nelson, 'l'hoinas -- ----- L17 70 Nelson, 1Varren ---- ------- 5 9 Neratl, Ann Marie -.-- ---- 5 5 Nerad. Marcella --- ---- 38 Newcomer, Phyllis --- --59 Nichols. Sandra --- --.-.-- 59 Niehans. Donna --- ---------- 59 Nielsen, Marion ---- ---38, 81. 89 Nielsen. Marvin --- --------- 59 Nielson, Deloris ----- ---. f 17, 73 8-1 Nielson, Valborg-- ----- 57, 76 Noble, Eileen --- .-.---- 55 Noland. Shirley -- ---- 55, 7-1 Norby. Alan --- --,--, 55 Norby. Daryl ----- Nordahl, Roger-H Nortlaune, Cordon Nordaune, vZlllJO1'gAiLL: 417 68 7 Nortlland, Audrey ---- - Nordland. Geraldine-- Norion, 'I'lu'lnia-. - - - - O O'Banion, Robert--. - O'Byrne. Catherine --- Oehs, David -------- Orhs. Richard ------- Orhs, '1'onnny --------- Ollenhauser. Warne --- Olsledal, .-Xrlys -n ---- -- Oliva, Barry -------- Oliva, Jacqueline --- Olsen. Carol ------- Olsen, Donna --- Olson, Arlan ---- - Olson. Beatrice ---- Olson, Darlene --- Olson. Gloria ---- -----51 71 as 2,S9.125,127 -----------59 17. 72, H0. 125 ----- -...--17. 72 --57, 71. 77 ---,, ---- ,--38, 86 .--55, 126 -----59 .--59 -----59 ---57. 71 ------417 7-1 --------38 -------57, 7-1 . -----11, 68, 73 --.------59 ----'17, 68 Olson, Joan ----------------- , ,-,, 38 Olson. Le,-Xnn -------,,,,,-,-,,--, 51 Olson, Loring---38. 66, 72. 78. 122. 131 Olson, Lowell ---------,-,,----- -17, 70 Olson, Norman -------- --------- 5 5 Olson, Ralph ----- --------- 2 17 Olson, Rebecca ---- ---- 5 5, 75, 76 Olson. Rohert -------------------- 57 Olson. Roger C. --------------,,,,- 59 Olson, Roger E.--17. 59 63. 67, 91. 111 Olson. Roger L. -,--,,--,-----,, 57, 71 Olson, Shirley -------- Olson. Sylvia ------- Olson, 'l'ruinan --- O'Nea1. Patricia ---- Oppegard, Conrad .-- Oppegard, Milo ---- Oppegard, Paul --.- Oqnist. Harold ----- Osborn, Richard -- Ostby. Eltlora ---- Ostlev, Joan ----- Ostrander. John ------- Ostrander. Ray .--- -- Ovegaard. Joanne ---- .-- lx Overgaard, eter -- Overland. Junice--- Overland. .Shirley - - - P Parovsky, John-- - Pagan, Jon ----- Paline. Leola -- Paliner, Jean ----- Palmer, Lloyd --- Paliner. Lois -------- Paliner, Tiinothy --- 1'2l1'li111lliSl. Lyman ---.- li lx li In lr lr ---11. 18, 216, 39, 68, arks. Mavis ------------ arry. Richard -------- artridge. Jaines -- aulson. Allen ---- anlson, Harold -- Paulson. Ruth ---- Payne, Marie ---- - Pederson, Marlene -- Perrin, Charles --- Pcrrin, Janice --- Person, Paula ---- .-.55. 61, 75, 95 ---38. 68, S9 --------38 ---57, 71 -----57 --------59 ----38, 62 ----.w,71 77 7-L7-15577-1-.-76 - ---------- 59 . ---- ---- - -59 --55, 61, 71, 126 ----55, 71, 85 51 ----51. 69. 73 ---------:19 ----17, 70 -55, 78 ------39 ---55. 75 ------57 ----39, 86 ------59 -----------59 arks. LaVonne -------- 72,110,112,121 47, 63, 68, 131 -----------51 ---59 --------57 ---------59 ----51, 76, 78 ---------39 ----51, 73 ------57 ------57 --.-57. 71 Pestorions. Alberta --- .....YYYY.. 55 Pestnrions. Kenneth .....,,,,... 39, 70 Petersen. Cynthia ........ 57, 61. 74, 77 Petersen. Marion Jane---39. 68, 72, S4 Petersen, Pauline ,,,,,..,,.,,,,,.. 39 Petersen. Richard --- YYYYYYY 57, 74 Petersen. Robert -- YY,.,. 39 Petersen. 'lerry .... fffff .... 5 7 , 74 Peterson, Arlene ..,fff.,......... - 53 V ---------.--. ..5J.4 Peterson , Beverly ...,. S-1. 76, 77, 85, 110 39 ---- ---- .. S6 Peterson. Clayton --, ,,..,. 59 Peterson. Dale R.--.- YY,. 55, 74 Peterson. Dale A.--- YYYY Y.,... 5 7 Peterson. Dwaue f..,,.f-f-Af.---.- 59 Peterson. lidtvard .,,,,,,. -17, 67, 72, 89 Peterson, Eldon ..,,, ,,,...... 1 39 Peterson, lilizaheth ,,,, ,,.. 5 9, 76, 77 Peterson, liugene --- ..,... 55 Peterson, Eunice ,,,,, --55, 7-1 Peterson. George -- -,f-fA-..-- 59 Peterson. Howard ..,. .,.,. 5 1, 70, 72 Peterson. Joan ,.., ---47, 63. 80. 130 Peterson. John ...,, ......... 5 1, 33 Peterson, Juanita --- ,,,,....... 59 Peterson. Karen ,,,, .... 5 5, 74, 76 Peterson. Kent ..,.. ,........ 5 7 Peterson, Marlene .......,........ 59 Peterson, Mary .,........... 17, 59, 73 Peterson, Maxis-47, 72. S9, 91, 113. 127 Peterson, Maxine ........,,,,,,, 59, 85 Peterson, Orliss --- ,,,.. -47 Peterson, Patricia ..,, ,,,, 5 9, 76 Peterson, Patil .... --- f..f. --33 Peterson. Roland -..,.,,,,,,,,,... 47 Peterson. Rosemary ..... 18, 32, 39. 72 Peterson. Shirley .......,,... 51, 69, 73 Peterson, 1Vayne -- --- ,,,.. --59 Peterson, 1Vendy --- --59 Pickord. Oshurn --- ,,,, 55 Pierce. Bernadine --- ----39 Pierce. Betty .,.,,,, --57, 75 Pierce, Donna .,,,,,..,......... 74 Pierce. Marcella - ----------36,-10,68 Pierson, , Pierson. Clark .,....,.,,,,..... 5.1, 1 ierson, Janis ..,. Pattl .... Platt, Bradley ,,,, Pleiss. Janet ....., Pleiss, Joyce ...... --- Pollard, Raytnond -- Porter, Joanne ...,, ---5-7271557 717172.-130 71 --57, 75, 76, rr 12 ---------55, 75 -------57, 74 ----57, 75,77 ----57, 61, 74 ---------51 ---------47, 68 57 Porter. Keith .... Posthumus, Alice ...,,,, 47 68 72 125 ---------51 -V ,-- Posthunuts, Nancy- f............ ao. Ill Prantner, Eugene -- Prihoda. Virginia --- Prosser. Patricia ..,, Q Qnam, Gertrude -- Qnatn, Harriet --- Ouatn. Ma riorie ..,, N .I Quiggle, Nancy ..,, R ------------40 ------47 ----47, S9 -------47 ---40, 68, 84 57 74 78 Radke, Larry ...... ..Y.... 5 7, 74 Raemann, Donna .....,,.,,, 55, 74, 79 Rahn, Harry ....... .,.. 5 7, 74, 76, 77 Ramseth, Duane --- ,,,...... 36, 110 Randall, Nancy .,,, .1,.... 5 7, 74 Randall, Niles ..,, --57 Randall, Roger ,,..... --51 Rasmussen, Arleen Rasmussen, Clifford ---- --55 --- .55 Rasmussen, John .......,,,,,.,, 51, 62 Rasmussen, Marianna --------------51. 63, 73,82, 110,130 Schmidt, Nancy ................... -----------55,6-1, 75.76, 78, 85, 126 Schmidt, Norman .............. 47, 70 Rasmussen, Russell Rave, Donald ....,,,.,,, Rayman, Dennis ..,,,,, Reardon, Thomas ..,,.. 47, 99. Reed, Diane ........ 17, 68, 73, --------36, 40, 107 ----,----UI --------51, 70 11.130 89.127 Reed. Donna ............... 51. 69. S2 Reed. Robert D. ....,.,, 32, 40. Reed, Robert L. ,,.., ,,... 70. 120 -----57,130 Reese, Boyd ...................... 59 Reese, Frank--47, 67, 72. 79, 80. 87. 123 Register, JoAnn ................ 59. 61 Register, Nancy-62, 69, 73, 82. 112. 130 Reichl, Elaine ,,,,,,.,,,.,........ 59 Reid, Luella ..............,. 47. 72, 76 Reim. Faye --- Reim, Ray .....,. Remmel, John .,.,, --------51 -----------57 ----15, 40,120 Renchin, Bernice -- ,,,..,.... 57 Renchin. Florence .,,. .,1,. - 17, 73 Ress, Cleo ......,,., ...... 5 9, 76 Reynen, Dorothy-- -------------51, 69 Reynen, Jane ........,1,.... 55, 64, 741 Rickheini, Ervin .... 47, 94, 99, 100, 102 76 Riemann, Donna ---- ......... ---- Rierson, Richard -- Rierson, Sharon --- Robb, Sttsan ...... -----51 ------59 ----47, 82 74 Robbins, Edward ..,, e,,,,. 5 5, Roberts, Milton --- ,,,,,...... 55 Robinson, Barbara ,,,,,,,... 51, 53, S7 Robinson, Charles ...... 47, 72, 94, 111 Robinson, Clayton .... .... 5 5, 79. 99 Robinson, Dale ........,,...,,. 57, 77 Robinson, Jeanne .......,.,....... Robinson, ------14 32, 40, 68, 69, 112 Mlilson .....,.v,,,,,.... 57 Schmidt, Robert---40, 81, 110, 124, 127 Schneider, Carol yn-- - ---55, 75, 85, 126 Schneider, Charles ...,.., - ..c.. 59, 76 Sclmeider, Donald .... ....... l 7, 70 Schneider, Janet .... Sehoen roc Schoon, J oy ce - ..... - Schroeder, Howard -- Schroeder. Margaret - Schultz la, Janet .,,, ---47, 68, 73 -----55, 74 - .,r.. 57 -- .---59 -- -- 59 , Elissa ...,1,,,,,,,,,c,,, 55, 71 Schultz, Herbert ..,, Schultz, Leo .... 47. 98, 99, 100, 101, 130 Schultz, Rodney ,,., Schultz, Roger ....... -------------51 --------------55 02 ---------55, 1 66 Schultz. Hlilliam .,.. ,.., 4 1, , 94 Schuyler, Gary ..,,.,, ...., 5 9, 77 Schwartz. Willard --- ......... 57 Searles, Mary ,.,...., Sebertson, Charles--- Seeger, Mary ....... Scuser, Audrene .,,, Seuser, Gene ....,,, Seyertson, Charlotte - Severtson, Darlene -- Seyertson, Ronald .,,, Severtson, Ross .... ---55, 64, 75 -- ......... 64 -------57, 74 ----57, 75, 76 ---------74 47 ---------55 ---57, 74, 104 ----------59 Rochan, Ronald .,... Rolands, Marlene ,,.. Rolands, Roger ..., Rollson, Harlan ..... Romer, Barbara ..... Rongved, Donald .... Rongved, Judy ..,. Roscoe, John ..... Rosnow, Albert --- Rosnow, Eugene --- Rovang, Merrill ,.,, - Rttble, Bruce --- - Rttble, Elton ..,,. ---51,132 -----55 -----55 55 --- , 74 -----59 ---55 ---59 ---57 ---47 -----55 ---47, 67 ----------55 -----------55 Rttble, Gerald ..,,,,........ 55, 74. 77 Rttble, Glenn ..,............ 51, 70, 71 Rttble, Henry ..... 26, 3 2. 40, 66, 71, 94 Ruerup, Sharon ............. ..... . 19 Rullestad, Connie ....... 57, 75, 77, 126 55 Rupp, Jeanette .,., Rusley, Pendra --- Ryan, Gloria --- Ryan, Virgil ...,. 1110915259 59 -,f1f1b17ii'.'99 rox Ryan, 1Villiam .... ----10, 87, 99, Seymour, Betty ..... .,,., 4 7, 83, 89 Seymour, Marcia --- ,,,,,, ---41 Shanks, Shirley -- ,.,,...,. 51 Shirk, Larry ....... Shottenkirk, Clyde -- ---51, 70 Sigurdson, Deloris ..,, ----55 Simon, Marlene .... 47 59 , 74 --- , 68 74 Simon, Roger- ..., .,...,.... 5 5, Simon, Thomas ......,...,,,,,,,,, 57 Simonson, Alvin ..... 47, 62, 63, 67, 94 Simonson, Eugene .,,,.,.....,.... 59 Simonson, Richard .......,........ 57 Sims, Jttdy ........, .,.. 5 5, 75, 76 Skaar, Donald --- ,,,.,.... -57 Skaar, James ---- --------- 5 5, 74 Skaar, Janet ---- ---- 4 17, 68, 72, 89 Skaar, Jerry ----- ---------- 4 7, 70 Skall, George ---- ---47, 67, 89, 96 Skalf, LeMoine--- --------- 41, 86 Skalf, Marlene ------- ------- 5 5, 77 Skinner, Nancy ------------- 57, 75, 77 Skjervheim, LeGrant ---- --------- 5 9 Skogheim, Elaine ----------,---- 57, 74 Skophammer, 1'aul ---------------- ---26, 41, 42, 66, 84, 99,106, 117,120 Skophammer, Phyllis- 55 74 Rye, Donald ---- ---49, 51, 99, 131 Rye, Douglas --- ......--.--- -51 S Sabin, Peggy ---- -----.-.--. 5 5, 75 Sabin, Sandra ---- ------ 5 1, 69, 79, 87 Samudio, Anita ----- 17, 51, 69, 73, 113 ----------------59 Sanborn, Charles-47, Samuelson, Larry - 67, 81, 89, 94, 123 Sanders, Charles ------.-..--.-... -59 Sanders, Margaret ---- ..-....-.- 5 1 Sayles, Beverly -------- -.--..-- 5 5, 75 Schaeffer, Lorraine- Sehied. Philip ---- --- ----- 47, 68, 89 .. - ..... .... I 71 Schilling, Kenneth ---- .---- 5 1, 70 Schilling, Naida ----- --.-- 5 1, 73 Schmidt, Marian -- - -----.-- 51 Schmidt, Marvin ---- ---- 4 7, 70 Slagle. May ----------------------- 41 Slagle, YVarren ------- ----- 1 11, 83 Slater, Janet ------ ------- 5 7, 75 Slater, Roger ------- ---51, 65, 83 Slaughter, Clarine ---- ---- 4 8, 68, 73 Smith, Charles ----- ------------ 5 9 Smith, Gary ---- ---- 4 1, 83, 111 Smith, Joan ---- -----.. 5 1, 83 Smith, Larry -- --------- 55 Smith, Phyllis ---- ----- 5 7, 75 Smith, Smith, Ralph ----- Ramona ---- ----51, 111 ---55, 75 -----57 Smith, Terry ---- Sofules, Caroline --.-.------------- 59 Sofules, Marian ---- 59 Solma, Barbara---51, 65, 69, 73, 76, 79 Somage, Shirley ---------..--..... 51 Sondergard, Gordon ------...... 51, 70 Sondrol, Donald -------- 51, 72, 80, 122 Sonksen, Marianne ---.----........ 47 Sonksen, Pauline--- --...... 57, 74 Sorensen, Ardis ---- ..-....... 5 1, 73 Sorenson, Gene ----- ----17, 67, 72, 80 Sorensen, Merle .... ---..-...... 5 5 Sorenson, Arlene ----- ---51, 69 Sorenson, Carol .-.---- ..... 5 7, 75 Sorenson, Charlotte --- -....... --47 Sorenson, David ------ -..- 5 7, 74, 77 Page 137 Sorenson, Vande Voort, Everett ..,......,,,.. 55 Sorenson, Don Lee ..., ---59, 77 Sorenson. james --- ,,,.. 59 Sorenson, Lowell ,,..,,,....,A,,,.. Sorenson, Marlene A.,v...,...,.... --------------11, 63, 68, 89. 112, 130 Sorenson, Ronald ,,,..,..,,,....., 59 Sorenson. Russell ,.,,... ,,,,.. 5 8, 59 Sorenson, Stanley -- ,,.... 1Vi1liam ..., ..- Sorlien, Darlene ,...A Sorlien, Paul ,,,,. Speltz. Mary ...,.,. Spiering, Cornie --- Sprenger, Carroll -- Sprenger. .lack ----- Snin et Robert Al- .. Wu- Springborg, Beverly -- -----------11.68. 80 Springliorg, Robert -- Spurr, Donald ,.,,.,e Spurr, james ...,. Squires. Charles ,,,, Squires. Rodger .,,,. Stadheim, David ,,,, Stadheitn. john --- Vol brtl ck , Richard ..,,,,.,..,,,,,, an Stanek, Carlyle -- - Stanek, Kay ......, Stanek, Leonard .... Stanley. Gordon--- Stanley, Karin ,... Staueh, James -- Steidler, Charles -- Steidler, Thomas --- Steidler William ,,.. Steil. Lyman ...A..,, Steil, Sue ....., '11, 68, Stephan, Golene ...., Steinhauer, Shirley -- - Stevens, Harriet -- 57 71 76 - -JJ. - -I7 73 ---55. 75, 77 --------51 ---51 -----119 -------------6-1 81, 89, 128,130 --- .....,,, --.15 -------------51 ----------17 ----16, 32, -11 -----57. 108 --------51 ----57 ---51 ---117 -----55 ---51, 70 ---55, 75 --------51 ----86, 109 ------59 ---.---------51 -.-----------59 72, 80, 113, 130 -------------51 ----41, 86 ------59 Stevens, Howard .,,, ..... 5 9 Stevens, Orville --- ,,.... 57 Stevens. Robert ..,. .... 5 7, 74 Stevens, Ruth -- ,,.... -17 Stides, Arvid ,,,,v ,A.,, 5 9 Stiebler, Beverly .,.,,,, .,...,,..., 5 9 Stiebler, Lavon .,,,,,,,...., 55, 74, 77 Stieler, Dick .,,,.,. -17, 62, 67, 70. 72, 9,1 Stieler, Helen ...,,.,.,........ 59, 85 Stiles, Joyce .... ,,.,,,.... 5 5, 74, 77 Stoa. Allen ..... f..,.... 5 7 Stolze, George -- ,,,..... 59 Stone, Xvilliam .... Stoner, Dale ...... Storvick, Solveig ..,.. Struck, James ...,, Studer, Elaine ,.., Sturtz, Evelyn ...,, Sturtl. John ..,...... 17 25 12. 62, 66. 7 1277130 Styve, Duggan ,.,,. Sullivan, Ignatius ..... Sullivan. janet ,...,,, Sullivan, Lowell .,,,, Sundve, Jack ..... Sunrlve, Robert ..,,,, Swanson, Patricia ,,., Sward, Gordon--112, 62, Swenson, Elaine ..... Synder, jane ........ Sykes, Betty ...,. Sykes, Nancy ,..,, Syslak, Mary Lou--- Syvertson. Charles - Syvertson, Roger --- T Talniantez, David -- Tapp, Marlene ----- -- Tavis, Richard .------ Teff. Barbara ---.-- 12 Page 138 72 55 --------'11, ----17, 12. 81, 125 r -------------,Ja ---- ------ -59 -- -------- 59, 77 3, 76, 79, 90, 91, -----55, 78, 126 17 70 85 c -17, 65, 68, 83, 8.1 51 'f 7,1 ---- ----DJ. -------------59 -------------59 72, 87, 118,124 -------------57 -------------83 -----17, 68, 73-- --------57, 75 ---55, 75,78 ------.19 ---'17 ----------7-'l -------51, 69, 84 ----------55. 79 68. 82. 113, 130 Teli. Charlotte ---,----,-,.---,,,, 51 Tennyson, Barbara ------ 51, 68, 73. 78 Tennyson. Shirley---'17, 80, 81, 89, 123 Termath, Alice ------,,,---- 57, 74, 77 Termath. Philip --. -, ----,. -59 Tews, Alice --..- ---,----,, 4 17 Thede, Lorna ---- ---17, 68, 72 Thofson, Doris ---- ---,-,-,, 5 0 Thomas, Gary ----- ---,,-----,,-, 5 9 'l'hoinas, Lelland ------ , --------,. Thonias, Shirley -------- 47, 68, 72. 12 '1'homas, Virginia ---,,---,----, 51, 65 lihompson, Burdette ------,.------ 57 Thoinpson. Carol--12, 68, 89. 127, Thompson, Catherine --.---- 57, 61 30 71 Thompson, Daryl .-----,,--- - -,,,, 55 Tliotnpson, David --,------- ,-A-- - 83 l1ill0llll7S0l1, Donald --.------,----- ----------------26, 27. 36, -12, 63 70 Thompson, Gerald ------,-------,, 57 Thompson, john D, ,---- ---,--- 5 1. 72 Thompson, Kenneth -- -.-- 51 Thompson, Larry ----, ----,.---- 5 7 'JD Thompson, Lowell ,,--.-------,-,, 59 Thompson, Margaret-15, 28, 30, '12, 81 Thompson, Marlin ---------------- Thompson, Mary Lou--- ---' 17, 68 Tliompson, Melvin --- .--.- 59 Thompson, Raymond --- --.. -T' Thompson, Robert ----- ---59, 77 Thompson, Roger --- ----. 57 Thompson, Shirley -- ---- 59 Thompson. Thotnas -- ---. 59 Thoreson, jerry ------ ------- 5 9 Thorgeson Gerard ----- ---17, 79 Thorson, Jeanette ---- ---51, 73 Thorpe, Robin ---- ---------- 5 9 77 Throlson, Gerald ----------- 61, 711 Throlson, Marilyn ---- 47, 63. 68, 76 91 '1'hro1son, Nancy .---------.- 57, 74 77 Tidemann, Patil --- -------------- 59 Tiede, Betty -------- - ---- 59 Tol lelson , '1'o1zmann, Darrel ----- ---- Marilyn --- ---- 47 55 Vandegrift, Richard -,- ----59 Vandegrift, Ruth ----- -----, 5 7 Vande Kamp, Gary ---- Vanenheuvel. Harold - - ----70. 72 ------59 Vandenlteuvel, JoAnn -- ----..--- 51 Vanden Hul. Marilyn ---------,---- 59 Vandermate, 'l'wylla -------.- -12. 68, 86 Vander Strooin. 1Vilbur -------.---- 17 Van Engelenburg. Betty Lou ---- 7-1 Van Proosdy, LeRoy ----,.-------,, " 72 73 78 81 12 27, -12. -, 1. 7-'. 131 Van Ryswyk, 1.aYonne- , 127, 130. --- -..---12, 81 Yan Wilgen, Norma jean- --55, 7-1 Varland, Darlene ------ .. --59, 85 Varland, Omar ------------------- 47 Veldman, Peter ------------------- 26, 27. -11. 913, 66. 9-1 107, 117, 121 Yenem, Carol .---- Venem,1NIarlene--- -- . 1011, 105, 106, --------------59 51. 73, 110, 113 Venent. 1,2Il1'1Clll--- .---- 51, 69, 73 Venein. Ronald --- ----------- 55 Venema, John ---- --------- 5 1 Verdoorn, -loyee ----- ------- 5 7-1 Verdoorn, Robert -.-- -.-- 4 7, 72, 81 Ver Hey, Bernard .---- --------- 5 5 Ver Hey, Donald ---- ----.--. 5 1 Yer Hey. Gratze ---- -..--- 5 5, 75 Vielze, Marvin --- Vinck. Audrey---. -----------47 f " I -----51,121,112 Voigt, Aloanne--H ---- ---57, 75, 76, 85 Voigt, William ------- ---------59, 77 Von Berg, Lois -,-- 43. 76, 79, 112, 130 Vosbeek. Mark ----- Vosbeek, Sue ----- 157 Wadding. Beverly ---- Wahlers, Wilfred .--- Waldo, Wayne --- 1Valk, Betty ---- Walkes, Helen --- Wall, Charlotte ---. Tonga, Clifford ----- ---- 5 9 Tonga, Shallia ---- .---- 5 9 Toot, Bonnie ----- -.-55. 75 Toot, jay D. ------ ----- 5 1 70 Tostrud, Deinila ---- ---57, 75 76 Tostrud. .Ierrol--- --.59, 77, 85 Tovson, Beverly -.-- ----- 1 7, 51, 69 Tovson, June ----- ---.--. 5 5, 75 Tovson, Olive ----- ----- 5 1, 73 Towne, Burton ---- ----- 5 5 Trapp, Barbara --- 55, 75 Trask, Patricia -- ---- 59 Trask, Ray ---- ------- - I7 Trask, Tom --- .. ..----- 57 --..42. 72,79 Troe, Carol ------- Troe, Melvin ------- - ---. 55, 77 1Vallin. Violet --- 1Valtz, Gloria ---- Wangen, Duane -- Wangen. .Ioan ---- Xvangen. Roger ------- ------------51 -----17, 68 -----57, 75 ----51, 70, 71 -------,J5 --51, 73 -------74 --55, 75, 78 ------47 ------51 -------47 --51, 73, 79 ---------49, 51 --------------117 1Vasmoen, Grace.413, 68, 72, 91, 125, 130 1Vaterman, Donna---17, 68, 72, 78, 131 1Vaterman, Gail ------- 77 XVaruer, Patricia --.- Wayne. -----57. 75, Helen ----------------- ,.-- -17, 68, 80,S1, 89, 123, 130 1Veber, William ------- -----51, 70,71 Wedge, Alan --------------------- 59 Wedge, john --------------------- -----------17, 67, 78, 80, 81, 118. 123 1Vedge. 511111121111 ---------------- 59, 76 Weeks, Richard --------.- 51, 911, 98, 99 Wendel, james -------- --,- 5 1, 65, 78 Wendelboe. Eileen ---- --------- 5 9 Nlendelboe, Jerald ---- ---- + 13, 124 Wendt. Donald ---------- ------- 5 1 Weseott, Rockwell ---- XVestcott. Susan---17, 68 - ...........- L-DJ ---------57, 77 ,72, 76, 79, 130 Trogstad. Marvin --- ------- -17 Tronstad, Charlene ---.-.------- 55, 75 Tronstad, Leif ..------.----------- 55 Truesdell. Beverly--30, -12. 8-1, 110, 129 Trytten, Ardis ---------------.- '12, 86 Trytten, Lamar -----.------ .--- 1 11 'l'rytten, Manford -.-- ---51, 70 Tuite, Leslie ------ --.-- 5 7 Turtness, june ---- ---55, 75 U Underwood, Erdell ----- ---55, 6-1 Urschetz, Beverly ----- ----- 5 75 Upin, Nancy ------- ---- 5 7, 75,76 V Westergaard, Elder Westland, Dale ---------- ------- 5 9 Westland, Doris -- ------- 59 XVestland, janet ---- ---- 5 7, 74 Westland, Virginia -------,----,,-, 43 1Vestrum, Clayton ....---,.-.,,,-- -----------47, 99, 100, 101. 108, 130 Westrum. David ----.,,..----,,.. 59 Westrum, Eileen ---------,,- 51, 69, 73 Whitcomb, Donald ---- --,,,-- 4 7 Van Beck, Philip ------- 47, 78, 81, 130 White, Marcella -- ----47 WVichmann, Barbara .,., ,... 5 5 Wick, Dean ,,,,,,,,, Wicks. Beverly -, Wicks, jorris ...., Wikoren, Stella ...,. Wilcleman, Arlenenw Wilcleman. Xvlllllll W, Wiley, Grace ..,,,,, Willadsen. Ronald ...,,,,,,,,, -13. Willey, LnXVanna .,,. Willey, Rita ...,.... I9 Williamschcn, Dean - Williamson. Nlarlys -, Williamson. Riel11n'd - Willits, jerry ....,.. . Willnlcrl. Bryan H Willmerl. john --,. Willmert, ,IllSllllC ,H Wininm, james ..., xvlll-illlll, Myles --- xV1ll'i11Ill, Patricia .,,,, Vllinimn, 'Illoxnas .,,, ,,,,,,,,--.71. 75 75 47 17 51 69 ,121 51 21 :ull lill 55 5:1 13 30 1717 59 17 77 66 69 -17 1Vogen, Dolnres,fl3, 72, 8-l, 89, 125. 130 Xllolclen. Harold - ,,,.............. 55 3 1Volf, Howard ..., ,,,.... 5 9, 77 Wolf, Lawrence ...,,..,v,.. 78, 108 Wolf, Donna ,,,,.,,,............. ------10, 43, 68, 89, 112, 129. 130,131 Wolff, Mary Ann ..,,,,...,..... 51 7. 1Vollf, Palricia ,.,, .... 5 l, 69 73 Wong, Hans ,,., ,,,,,.,,, 5 7 Wong IICZIIICIICYY- ,,,55. 75 S5 Wong, john ..,,, ,-,59, 64 Wood Earlyn--. N55 75 Wood Harriet .,,. ,--55, 75 Woodside, jack .......,,,.,,,.,,,, 55 1Voodsidc, Ronald ..............,, 13 Woodward, Donald----17. 67, 72, 76 79 XVoolard. Elllkllllilll ............,,, 55 Wright, Belly ....., I3, 72, 80. 12-1, 125 Wrolson, Henry ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,. 5 5 Wuerllein, Henry ...,...,,,,,,,... 55 Wulll, Bruce -.- .,..... 57 Wulff, Janice ..... ---68, 78 1Vull1, Richard ..,, ,,,. 5 5 75 1N'yanl, Robert N ,,,..., 78 Wynia, Elsie ..., .... l 7 51 Xvylllll, Lavon N. .,.,, 51 Yerhol, Barbara Yoclnn, Richard YOClllI1. Ronald ..., 1l0Clllll, Stanley ,,,,, ,N Yoernans. Marian -------,--,4l, -,,--55 ,,,,,-59 UW57. 74 ,,,,,,,,YYYIDl 80, 82. 89, 130 Yokiel, David ..,...,,,,, 41, '13, 66. 9-1 Yokicl Paul ...... .,...... 5 5, 101 Yonger, Phillip .... Young. Bonnie .,,,, Young. Russell - Zobel, Sharon .,,, Zoller. Delores- - . .,,,,-155, 74 ,--'l7, 73 , .... UU ,-,,55, 75 ,,,,69, 73 Page lflfl A Ahern, Garrett P. .,,Y, ,.... 1 3 Anderson, Anne C.--- -13, 20 Anderson, Dorothy M.,,, ,.,,,, M12 Anderson, Vermundn ,10, 26 B Bailey, Norman K.-,- Bauer, Ruth ......, Bennett, Evelyn ,V ,19, S6 ,,,,,--15 ,,,,,--,13 Benson, Blanche .... 12, 130 Berdau, Clara .....,. ,,..... 1 5 Breckner, Stanley R., 16, 108 Brenamau, Inga M. .... ....... 1 7 Brill, Dan S. ......,.. ........ 1 6 Burgess, Orley GL-, 17, 108 C Carney, Anna -,, Crynes, Mabel ,L 13 Dahle, Grace E. .,,, llostal. Guel M. .,,, E Eastwold, Carol -, Emmons, I.. J.-,-, 1: Fink, Gloria ...,, Fiuloif, Marion ..,. G Gammell, Alice ...,. Gcrckeu, Edna K.--, Gryting, Ethel R.--- Page 14 0 ,--11 ,--20 ---12 ,--,15 ,15, ..--,--15 28 ,,,11 -,.13 19, 131 ---,,--12 ----,12 Faculty index H Halxerson. -I, john .... . ,... 10, 26, 28 Hanson, Marjorie -.- ,,,.,., --12 Harding, Russell E. ..,. .... 1 6 Heise, Donna ..,,, .... 1 R Holm, Millie T.- .,., .,,. 1 7 Houlihan, Lucy L. .,,, ,,..,. 1 7 Hover. Egil L. ...,, ,,,, 1 3, 20 jenkins, Sam ....,,, .... 1 4 johnson, Miriam 1. .,.. .... 1 3 johnson, Olive, A.-,, ----16 johnson, Ruth -W --,-12 K Kiger, Kathleen ..,, ,,,, 1 4, 20 L Lelleau, Gordon-.- ,... 16, 94, 106 Loy, Iva M. ..,,.. ........... 1 9 M Maas, LeRoy E. ...,..,..... 18, 94, 106 Matson, Harold C. .... ....... 1 4, 20 Mettam, Mary .,.... .......,. 1 3 Myers, Robert L.-,- ,.,, 15, 26 N Nelson, Ruth B. ..,,,.. .... 1 3 Nettleton, 1Varner .... ,.,, 1 6 O Olson, Edythe A.--- .... 12, 20 Olson, Luther LL.. .... 13, 9-1 ll Paulson. Donald E. .,.. .... 1 9, 20 Pengel, Georgia ,,,,. .,.... l 5 Petrich, Beatrice .... Piers. Gertrude -,- Phillips, Irene W Pratt. june -,,, R Rawlings, Mabel .... Ross, Lowell L. .... S Schottler, Florence ..... -.- Schwartz, Sydney F.--- Sebert, Elsie A. ...... Skjeveland, Marie -.- ,,,-1-1 ----12 ---.11 .,,-l4 -,-.l5 --,-19 -17,20 ----14 ----13 ----19 Slettehaugh, Thomas --- ------ Spencer, Lois M. ...,., v, , 15 JB, 20 14 Stoughton, Laureen -- ...... -- Striemer, Lester E. ..,, -,- 15, 125 18 Summers, Ralph C.--- -,---- Sund, Helen M.- - - ----2l T Tennehill, Hildred ............... 12 Thompson, Maurice A.--17, 20, 28, 109 V Van Tries, Robert P.-,- Volkman, Irwin .... YV Xvambach, M. E. .... ----14 ----16 Weieneth, Edna .... ..... - -- Wilke, Paul A. ...,., YVilley, Forrest L. .... ...... Yving, julian T.--- Hloods, Ruth F.-,- Y Yates. Sybil M. .... 13 12 -18, 20 10 17 -19, 20 ---,12 Co-Editors .... Business Manage The Tiger I'S -- Literary Ed i tor- - - Faculty and Adu Classes: Senior --- juniors anot junior High Organizations -- Boys' Sports -- Girls' Sports .... Features - -- - Artist - - - Index - - - rinistration ..,. l Sophornores- - - Publicity and Circnaltion-U Editorial Adviser .... Business Adviser ..... 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